Monthly Archives: May 2022

Something To Be Thankful For

My dad was the father of a ten-year old girl at my age. Although I cannot imagine having a young child on a daily basis, is my responsibility, I do very much know how to have fun with grands. Yesterday … Continue reading

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Just So

Sometimes late in the afternoon I look at a couple of things in my living room and I am reminded that I’m not really finished with painting. It’s a work in progress. But even so, I want it to be … Continue reading

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Before And After The Fire

We got a text late last night, after we had gone to bed. But we didn’t see it until this morning. A cousin of Danny’s was planning to smoke the brisket all night. This morning I requested an after picture. … Continue reading

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In Christ There Is Transformation

Having artists in the family has always been wonderful. My sister loved to paint portraits, so we have a couple of family photos that she painted, including one of me at about age 12. My brother loves to paint landscape … Continue reading

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Spiritual Memories

One of my precious cousins was released from his failing short-term memory this week. He made the trip home to be with Jesus. He was a favored cousin by all who knew him. Thankfully he remembered the “good old days” … Continue reading

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