Monthly Archives: October 2017

Snippets of Fun Coincidences on Halloween

Dear Reader: Happy Halloween! Last week I was browsing through children’s books on Amazon.com about Halloween…and when I found this old Scholastic one…I had to laugh out loud. This little children’s book (written by a “Barber”) features a ghost named … Continue reading

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When Detours Become the True Path…

Dear Reader: I remember hearing on numerous occasions… from quotes in medical magazines, to true cancer survivor stories and books…the expression that “cancer is just a detour”….and that we are to remind ourselves of this fact while looking forward to … Continue reading

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Where to Find Our Armor

Dear Reader: I came across a devotional by Quinn Caldwell that made me pause and contemplate man’s on-going search for security through our own ┬áman-made armor and not God’s…it might make us feel safer but usually ends up in a … Continue reading

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Where’s the Background Music in Life?

Dear Reader: I was looking at two trees on Country Club Blvd while walking the other day… remembering how breath-taking they were last year. But this year they have’t turned yet. So when I got home I looked up a … Continue reading

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Following our Heavenly Map…

Dear Reader: Did you know that the first man-made maps ( ever created) dealt with the heavens…the stars, moon, and sun? Guess what? I learned about it from the twelfth (sadly next to the last -to date) Louise Penny ┬ádetective … Continue reading

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When Boo’s Make “Boo-tiful” Community Gatherings

Dear Reader: If I could recreate a real-life version of “Groundhog Day” (where, as in the movie, each day repeats itself) I would have chosen yesterday. Does the sky get any bluer than October with temps in the sixties, and … Continue reading

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More Blessings from the Beloved “Survivor Tree”

Dear Reader: When Brooke, Jackson, and I went to New York City (five years ago-2012) to see the Broadway Show…The Jersey Boys… we had a ball. We, also, wanted to go see the Twin Towers Memorial Park (Ground Zero) and … Continue reading

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