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Measuring Success

Growing up as the granddaughter of a well known small town farmer, I often heard the phrase, “Oh, your Rayford’s youngest grandbaby, so nice to meet you”- The introductions often followed with a story about how Grandpa helped Mr. 265 more words

Personal Growth

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In the Arena!

Thirsty?

We just celebrated Easter, a time when I like to think about who Jesus was and why He went to the cross.  For my husband to believe that Jesus went to the cross to be our savior and that it was designed by God, he would have to see that the cross was part of God’s plan long before it happened.   530 more words

World View

Happy Earth Day 2017

Embracing Diversity

Let’s face it, I have a wide variety of people who follow this blog. They range from the ultra right-wing conservative branches of the political and religious spectrum, to the left-wing, tree-hugging, tofu-eating, god-hating leftist trolls who do nothing all day but listen for billy goats to cross their pitiful bridges. 578 more words

General Observations

Crammed Full

Can I just say, packing cubes are the BEST. You would not believe how much I have crammed into a carry on bag. In preparing for this trip, I spent hours watching videos and travel shows and reading about each country and how to best prepare. 959 more words

Travel

Trump is Selling “Wolf Tickets” When The Rest of the World Means Business!

The mixed signals of the US sending a carrier group to the Korean peninsula when it was actually going in the opposite direction, is disturbing on all levels. 489 more words

Trump

The Good Old Days

In the good old days, the world was filled with different places,

which might as well have been different planets.

People in these different places were filled with wonder, 240 more words

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