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Advent and Stones?

Advent and stones?

What might the connection be between dry, dusty stones and the restoration of a hopeless, weary world? You might thing this an oddly-timed question, especially as we’re revving up for that… 61 more words

Mercy

I practiced mine on you

despite callous whispers and my better judgement

Happy still am I that I took the chance

Turns out you are a geode, 11 more words

Poetry

"Angels Wear Baggy Pants"

I learned recently that my Dad belonged to “The 22 Club” at the Atlas Plywood Mill in Greenville, Maine in the 40’s and 50’s.  He would be 101 years old if still with us here on earth, so that would have made him in his late 20’s to his early 40’s.    686 more words

Edible Geode

There are kids’ projects that are ho-hum for the adults, and there are kids’ projects where even the grown ups in the room say “Wow!” This project definitely falls into the latter category, a homemade geode rock – that just so happens to be edible too. 305 more words

3-Year-Old

God is such a GUY!

I have spent much of my life on the day or so before Christmas doing Dad’s wrapping. I don’t know if he shops at the last minute, or just realizes that things aren’t yet wrapped at the last minute, but in either case, I’ve come to expect the last minute, “Hey Stacey, I need you to wrap this for me.” Why? 738 more words

Encouragement

A Rare Prize

Geodes are extremely elusive and sought after rocks. They take an incredible amount of time to form and involve many different factors to fall into place. 487 more words

Outdoors