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Controlling Change

“When we experience change in our life we can control our response and reaction to the changes that are happening.”

~ Unknown

Monthly Post 2016

No Whining Wednesday – See the Lesson

Welcome back to No Whining Wednesday, the only day of the week where you have 24 hours in which not to whine, complain, or criticize. If you’re new to this blog or new to this segment, please go… 217 more words


Battles are not won by one hero alone

Whether they are young or old, people still have things to learn.

Now, of course we know how to get it done – those of us who complain about how often people lean on us. 460 more words


Now You See Them, Now You Don't (But They Might Still Be There!)

Grazing, especially by goats and/or sheep, is often promoted as a control method for weeds or shrubs.  Depending upon the life strategy of the weeds being targeted, grazing can be effective, but it’s important to set realistic objectives.  971 more words

Prairie Natural History

Books: Cities, Museums and Soft Power, Gail Dexter Lord and Ngaire Blankenberg (2015)

Cities, Museums and Soft Power, Gail Dexter Lord and Ngaire Blankenberg (Eds.), preface by Richard Florida

Publication: Washington, DC: AAM Press, 2015.

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His strength. His peace.

There are so many people I know and love in the middle of situations that are very challenging and yet they persevere. I know it is because they are relying on God as their source of strength even if it is just one step at a time, one day at a time. 430 more words


FLR - punishments

Like with children and puppies, you cant just be nice about infractions.

If you break the rules, it needs to have meaningful consequences.  Some of the blogs talk about spanking , corner time and removal of privileges and other things, but my wife was clear – she wasn’t going to be the parent or teacher in our marriage.   331 more words