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Trying or Trusting (Titus 3:5)

Mrs. Whyte had a visitor one day who talked to her about what it meant to be a Christian. In the course of their conversation, Mrs. 243 more words

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New Driver

Our oldest grandson’s sixteenth birthday and newly acquired learners permit brought to mind some of my own driving experiences as a sixteen year old.

One of my earliest times driving on snow-covered roads, I came to a stop sign, slowed, braked, and slid into the intersection. 297 more words

Country Living

Kids Really Do Say the Most Surprising Things - Part III

Did you happen to catch the lunar eclipse during the full moon earlier this month? Maybe not – you might have been distracted by the comet going past. 310 more words

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A Grand Visit

What a great weekend for a visit with the Grand Trio. It was in the seventies and sunny with the bluest skies you’ve ever seen. It was a three-day weekend because of Presidents’ Day, so they didn’t have to leave until Monday. 370 more words

Day To Day

Puddle Jumping

Someone is making the best of the rainy day.

We went to the barn to see the sheep and get out of the house. Jade is the only sheep who will approach a little person without the bribe of a bucket of grain. 76 more words

When your granddaughter ...

finds your ribbon …

… and wears it to …

… find the dog food bin.

Only the best at Grandma’s!

Dear Readers

A Plan That Works (James 4:13)

Planning is essential to a successful business, but even a good plan can go bad. Executives at the DuPont Corporation learned that lesson the hard way with a product called Corfam. 210 more words

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