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When it's right, it's Wright

Pregnancy is like an airplane.

This has been the running metaphor in my mind lately. Partially from my own recent trip to Colorado, and partially from my daily visits to multiple recurrent loss groups, this simile has become hard to shake. 968 more words


Book Reviews: The Red Knight of Germany

Written in 1927, less than 10 years after Richthofen’s death in World War I, Floyd Gibbons gives an up close look, time-wise, at the former cavalryman and avid hunter who became World War I’s “Ace-of-Aces.” The best part of the book is also one of its weakest. 92 more words


MONDAY MOTIVATION: Turning Failure into a Stepping Stone to Success

This blog post is a motivation for all those who are working hard every day and hustling to achieve their goals & seemingly unachievable dreams! If for some reason, you  aren`t there yet, don’t give up.  264 more words


Wilbur Wright's Birthday

On April 16, 1867, aviator and inventor Wilbur Wright was born near Millville, Indiana, to Milton Wright and Susan Koerner. He was the third of seven children born to the Wrights, five of whom survived infancy. 1,287 more words

Historic People

Book Review: The Bishop’s Boys

In August 2016 I had the privilege of vacationing in North Carolina and, as detailed here, took a stop in at Kitty Hawk. As I often do while vacationing, I picked up a book with material relevant to the location I’m in; in this case, I picked up… 836 more words


The Best Tour Guide into Your Life

God guides us as He walks with us.

At this point, you preacher-types would illustrate this by talking about going hiking with someone who’s been on the trail. 622 more words

Bible Studies For Life

Clément Ader Gave Man Wings

In 1890, Clément Ader, aviation pioneer, unveiled his new invention to the world, the steam-powered Éole. It was followed by other flying contraptions, like the Avion III. 359 more words