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Short & sweet

Anyone who truly knows “me” understands my ability of letting all things go that are replaceable.

On that same note, they understand deeply my inability to let go of all things I can’t get back. 48 more words

The Angel on Top of the Tree - Almost

Jeremiah 29:11-14

For I know the plans I have for you, says the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope.   678 more words

a secret stitch

By noticing the dates worked into my counted cross stitch pieces you can tell where I was in life and what I was doing. 

Some pieces are dated during those Home Schooling years.   498 more words

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

Someday I won’t be able to decorate my home for Christmas, today is NOT that day!

We live hard and with me working so much the past 3 months our house is a disaster that we have to have ready for a landlord walk through this week.  161 more words

Journey

Traditions to Keep?

It seems like Christmas decorations appear in stores earlier and earlier every year. They appeared in our local store before Labor Day this year.

We usually wait until after Thanksgiving to get our tree. 365 more words

The Holidays at Ira Almond Fender and Nettie Viola Pease's Home

by Linda Breeden

Ira and Nettie Fender came from Missouri and settled in Colorado on a bluff named Missouri Heights in hopes of being successful farmers. 897 more words

Heirlooms

Heirlooms

Patchy suede shoes with an underling’s stride—this one is good to me, the cobbler recalled, always pleasant, always sincere. He raised his head and offered a smile which the underling returned, his face brightening for a moment before being forgotten. 2,372 more words

Prose & Poetry