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#2 What we all have in common

While we all have many differences, here are some of the things we have in common. Fill in the blanks: We all need ____________________________ to live. Our bodies contain 50-75% _______________. We all have a day, month and year called our _______________. We all have a unique ___________________. We all have red blood _____________. We […]

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Making Life Decisions

Certain decisions in life require more thought than others.  Whether to have chocolate cake or chocolate ice cream doesn’t matter a whole lot ~ unless you are like me and you want to get the maximum enjoyment from what you are eating to make sure the calories are totally worth it.  THEN whether to eat chocolate cake […]

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Karen’s Life Sketch

On this, the first day of 2017, it seems an appropriate time to share my life sketch.  Rather than looking forward to the new year, I am looking back over my life and analyzing it.  There have been physical changes ~ for sure.  And life is filled with emotional experiences bringing you happiness and sorrow […]

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There is a particular word that can stop time.  It is the word that will be like a bee sting.  It is a word that makes all things new.  In the nano second after you hear this word, whatever was bothering you will suddenly seem extremely trivial and unimportant.  In a moment, in the twinkling […]

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Yesterday a dear friend of mine was diagnosed with breast cancer. My heart sank and then I remembered that even in the pain, cancer cannot steal joy. As we approach Easter, I’m reminded that cancer cannot destroy the hope we have in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. I also remembered this “Survivor’s Speech” that […]

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In the decade-plus years since 9.11, I had never heard this story. After the terrorists attack of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2011, Manhattan shut down – all subways, tunnels, bridges, and trains were closed.  People ran to the water’s edge.  Realizing there was no way off the island, some even jumped in […]

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Curb Appeal – Before & After

To receive an “occupancy certificate” last May, we had to have grass and at least two trees so we planted a Cleveland Select Pear (with beautiful bark) and a small, wimpy “it will grow” crepe myrtle; but that was about it. Our plan was to wait until spring break this year to landscape so that […]

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Merry Christmas 2012

Merry Christmas from our family to yours! We loved having Taylor home for Christmas so that we could all be together.  Some highlights were going to church and singing the Hallelujah Chorus.

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Poached Pears in Wine Sauce

This is a great recipe – fresh, easy and beautiful.  Serve on a platter or on an individual dessert dish with the wine sauce drizzled on the pear and the plate.  Your guests will be impressed!  Here’s the recipe and below are more delicious ideas.    Poached Pears in Wine Sauce

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Indialantic, FL – who knew?

Indialantic, Florida…an “out-of-the-way” place where my sister lives.  It’s on the Atlantic side on a barrier island that is only about 3 miles wide.   The long drive to Florida makes it worth the few days on the beach where we can re-gather ourselves and enjoy God’s beautiful creation.  This is the walk-over from their house.  […]

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