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Proverbial Thursday - Global Words to Live By

I find there to be profound wisdom in proverbs, sayings and quotes and I marvel at the way they are so succinct in communicating messages to the reader. 232 more words

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Home for the Holidays

Or not.

Yet another year exists, where I won’t be home in California, spending time with my family – over there!

Oh, I’ve been to a Thanksgiving or two over here, but for me only Turkey and Stuffing does not a Holiday make! 261 more words

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Proverbial Thursday - Global Words of Wisdom

I find there to be profound wisdom in proverbs, sayings and quotes and I marvel at the way they are so succinct in communicating messages to the reader. 156 more words

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The St. Andrew Novena

Well, this post started out in my enthusiastic mind as a great idea, and then I did the research for it. I knew the “St. Andrew Novena” or “Christmas Novena” was coming up, so I thought I would share all about it with my dear readers. 185 more words

Prayer

On the horizon

Thanksgiving has passed and now we are on to the “Holiday Season.” Ever since I was a kid I was bedazzled by the light displays. I think the spirit of Christmas is different from when I was growing up. 646 more words

Vulnerability

Sorbian Inspiration - Traditional Tuesday

In 1734, South-eastern Prussia a guild was founded for the blue and Schönfärber crafts, wherein linen, and in later years cotton fabrics, were printed using a particular indigo blue dye and a resist process. 437 more words

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Thanksgiving Alfresco and "Stray" Aliens

Another November in Northern California, and another reminder how amazing the weather is here. While I see postings about European Christmas markets opening up and about snow angels in the northern parts of the US, I am able to have Thanksgiving dinner outside. 323 more words