Monthly Archives: June 2011

Because I Can

My early morning thought progression of which I feel I must share though I feel sure my grown kids and their spouses wish I wouldn’t: This is such a pretty tree– It’s a shame this side of it isn’t as … Continue reading

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No kin to me–

When I was a little girl growing up on Bull Run Road one of my favorite toys was a stuffed monkey with a yellow banana in his hand. I can STILL remember chewing on that plastic banana during stressful times, (most … Continue reading

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Crawdad Fishing on Bull Run Road

Just a little thought recorded for you down by the lake bank this morning. Click here:   Crawdad Fishing Memories    P.S. If you can’t help but sing a bar or two of “You Get a Line and I’ll Get a Pole, … Continue reading

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A Nostalgic Look at my Famous Poetress Years

Just found this buried in the bottom of a file cabinet. It’s my journal from my junior and senior years of high school and it is some serious stress relief! It comes from my famous poetress period. Here, I’ll show you … Continue reading

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One more reason why I’m weird

Hey y’all, can we chat? I am, without a doubt, one of the strangest people I know. I could list a myriad of reasons why that is so (and I’m picturing a whole host of people who would love to offer their help … Continue reading

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Wrapped in the Arms of Love

Hey y’all, I’m always trying to describe how I came to be head over heels in love with the Word. It’s not a relationship that happened overnight and it did NOT happen just because I decided to follow Jesus. On the contrary, I … Continue reading

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Sue Ellen Facebook Party Wrap-up and List of Winners!

 “Lord’avemercy,” I said when the bell rang and the Sue Ellen Facebook party officially wrapped last night, “I’ve been to a pig roast, several county fairs and a handful of goat ropings— and I’ve NEVER seen anything like THAT!” Madness … Continue reading

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