Monthly Archives: January 2017

Is God’s Way Yours Way?

Whomp, whomp, whomp commenced soon after the low tire light popped on. Fortunately, we managed to limp to the house before the tire rested completely horizontal on the cold concrete driveway. We figured the construction utility blade embedded in the … Continue reading

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What Parts are Broken?

When we first designed the kitchen a built-in dish soap dispenser at the sink seemed, well, fancy and cool. But it quickly became a pain to scrunch down, and blindly reach underneath the sink, disposal, cords, and drain pipe in … Continue reading

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Bitterness or ‘Betterment’

Meteorologists forecasted snow recently, and living in the southern USA, many viewed the prospect with a Christmas morning eagerness. Those of you who live where snow and freezing temps push in regularly, may be grinning just about now. But it’s … Continue reading

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Forward through the Fog

Hi, it’s me. No, you haven’t missed out on this writer’sĀ musings, it’s just that what was intended to be a couple of weeks morphed into a seven month writing sabbatical. But if you’ll have me, let’s do this! A new … Continue reading

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