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Posts tagged ‘change’

Swimsuit Season is Over!

Yes! Swimsuit season is over in central Texas! OK, I know my friends up north will question that, and yes, my friends in Texas will still be swimming in heated pools for weeks to come, but essentially, swimsuit season has ended. And it couldn’t read more here

Arguing Hot Topics

“We fight about topics because we are afraid of the issues.”

This quote impacted me enough to write it on a post-it and put it in my office, and even though I cannot recall in what book I read it, it often applies to my life. Right now, it seems to apply to our culture also.

We fight about continue here

Transitions

Transition: the process or an instance of changing from one form, state, activity, or place to another. Easy? Hardly. And right now, it seems that everyone and everything I know is in some form of transition.

The country – what is happening to us? How long has this transition been going on and keep reading here

Getting Stared At

Brian and I went for a hike recently in a state park here in Texas, and we happened upon this group of deer. Do you see them looking at me as I’m taking their picture. All three are continue here

Papa’s New Golf Cart

Brian’s new toy arrived just in time for our sons and grandsons to have a blast driving it around the neighborhood last week. It is the perfect vehicle for scooting here and there, hauling kids with wet towels to and from the pool, and simple joy rides.

Of course, the grandsons both had a turn driving it, but the big boys had the most fun with it. Since the golf cart had to stay on our neighborhood streets, we always knew they were never too far away. There was only so far they could go.

The physical golf cart came with limitations, and I don’t think it’s too much of a stretch to suggest that we, as Christians, put similar limitations on our continue reading here

 Walking Toward Happily-Ever-After

So, I’m trying to think what to put on social media for my upcoming anniversary. I’m not good with those posts. Everyone else writes such glowing tributes to their spouse and I love to read them, but I always feel like my words fall short.

Sometimes, I read those posts, compare myself, and wonder what is wrong keep reading here

In the Valley of the Shadow

On Saturday, my 25-year-old nephew attended his 7th or 8th funeral (he’s lost count) of friends or acquaintances who have died due to overdose or effects of heroin.

The complete tally of funerals he’s attended don’t include continue here

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