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Day 160; Footnotes of That Big Kid in Me Out to Play

I won’t lie, I am having the time of my life. I made the following comment on a friend’s post earlier; “When I agreed to assist with a Vacation Bible School class at my church, I walked in with trepidation … Continue reading

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June Seventh; And Boom

My morning started with a miniature explosion of cuteness. I opened my backdoor this morning to feed the not so strays and was greeting with the sounds of kittens under my porch. Loud, very loud, kittens under my feet. Our … Continue reading

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Day157; Footnotes of Fate? And Tomorrow it Begins.

It felt wonderful! It was a homecoming of sorts, and the building was filled with people. Today, on what would have been my late husband’s birthday, we finally were back in the church. We had Bible studies, and we had … Continue reading

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Day 130; Footnotes of Do I Need a Map To Follow This Day?

First off- note to local people here in North Carolina and those along the route of the affected pipeline. Calm down. You are creating a shortage we wouldn’t have if you would not rush to the pumps and ill up … Continue reading

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Day 127; Footnotes of Rambling On

The furthest I went outside today, was to move my car into the carport. The way the wind was blowing I feared things falling. Limbs, squirrel, space junk. I debated on going hiking, but I was cold. I’m still cold. … Continue reading

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Lessons in Retirement and a Heart that Refuses to Hear

  Retirement means changes. Drastic, way of life changes.  I have been officially retired less than a week. I knew that things would be different, and I would have to think in an entirely new way, but this is frustrating. … Continue reading

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Day 330; Footnotes of Honoring and Remembrance

 Its been a year, how could it have already been a year?  I remember exactly where I was, and what I was doing when I looked up and saw my son standing there with this incredibly sad expression. I knew, … Continue reading

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Day 326; Footnotes of Why I do What I do

 Or at least part of it anyway. When I get a purpose on my heart, I tend to go all out in support. I do it for Relay for Life, which is another story, and right now, I’m doing it for … Continue reading

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Day325; Mission Accomplished, but Not Over

  I knew this morning, it was going to be game on. I had been given several options to try in my quest for optimizing my toy purchasing budget and I was ready.  I wanted to check the local dollar … Continue reading

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October-thirty-first; Leaving a comfort zone-more scary than goblins

What is more frightening than stepping out of your comfort zone? You see your zone as safe, nothing can harm you there. Living safe though, is it really living?  For a very long time I have held tight to staying … Continue reading

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