Monthly Archives: November 2022

FLEETING SUCCESS

Hank smirked as he listened to himself, “I’ve made it. Three years of work and the take down of a few farmers but now it’s mine. Hay bales four stories high. Now I control the price.” “I’ll take land payment … Continue reading

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BEING GRATEFUL

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Too busy to write, Too busy to read. Just taking a look Here and there. Grabbing bites; Settling fights. Who is right? Late into night. Playing old games; Learning new names. Meeting new folks; Telling…

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COOKING FOR TWO, 2nd look

Today I’m taking a second look at my “Cooking for Two” book. The girls pictured above are my mom, Amy, and her sister, Gladys. They would have been about fifteen and sixteen. Therefore, I guess this book was written for … Continue reading

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COOKING FOR TWO

Linda G. Hill’s prompt for today, Saturday November 12, is “cel” leading me quickly to four words: cell, cellar, celery and celebrate. This book “Cooking for Two” is close at hand so I checked to see what kind of recipe … Continue reading

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ANSWERED PRAYER

Selena sighed as she uttered her prayer. “I am thankful. And I’m thankful for Hank. I thank you for taking care of him wherever he roams; please send him home. He makes me feel secure. I don’t like to be … Continue reading

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THURSDAY’S THOUGHTS, NOV 17 ’22

1. BLURB, BLURB, I’m just now arising from the WAVE, which unfortunately was not a red wave. 2. I am woman!  I have all the biological make-up to be woman.  But I don’t understand women.  Many of them frustrate me out of … Continue reading

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GOP COMMITMENTS VS “DEMOCRACY”

Okay, the last bit of wisdom I can share before election day. Kevin McCarthy’s blueprint sets four goals: creating “an economy that’s strong,” “a nation that’s safe,” “a future that’s built on freedom” and “a government that’s accountable.” I can … Continue reading

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A DOZEN TIDBITS FOR TODAY, 11/5/22

1. QUESTION.  Since a bill was passed in Congress to do away with “time changes,” but we still have to change tonight at two am, will that be the last change we have to make?  And why do we have to … Continue reading

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PERPETRATORS OF ABORTION

Psalm 106:34-38 “…they mingled with the nations and adopted their customs, they worshiped their idols, which became a snare to them. They sacrificed their sons and daughters to demons. They shed innocent blood, the blood of their sons and daughters, … Continue reading

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I CAN’T BELIEVE SHE SAID THAT!

Democratic Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams advises having an abortion could be a solution to high inflation and claiming that “having children” is why people are worried about the price of gas and groceries.   https://www.foxnews.com/media/stacey-abrams-suggests-having-abortion-solution-inflation-economic-realities-having-child Photo: gettyfreeimages

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