Monthly Archives: April 2019

Music, music, everywhere

This morning as I prepared for work the lyrics to, “Isn’t it Ironic” by Alanis Morissette played in my head. Now, back in 1996 when the song came out, I am sure I sang along to the lyrics, they are … Continue reading

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Here’s to the heroes and heroines

It would seem the world is waiting for the e new Avengers:Endgame movie which officially opens this weekend. I admit, I really have enjoyed the Marvel movies, so many of my favorite actors and actresses have been a part of … Continue reading

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The day I realized I wasn’t perfect

Ok, there are many days when I realized I was to perfect. Like the day in grade school when someone did not want to be my friend because I did not fit in their group. I had moved to the … Continue reading

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Sleep

This past week has been emotionally exhausting as I have worked through a number of issues and situations that were unexpected. I was able to take yesterday off from work, thanks in part to great leadership. My hubby woke for … Continue reading

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First, second, and third

“On the first day of the week Mary Magdalene came to the tomb early, while it was still dark. She saw that the stone had been removed from the tomb,” (John 21:1). The Sabbath laws allowed a person to only … Continue reading

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Cracking the window

If you’ve been following along this past week, you know life’s been pretty gritty. I have been battling anger, brokenness, sorrow, and loss. I have cried, which is a sure sign that it is bad, and I have wanted to … Continue reading

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When it doesn’t stop

Some days life seems like a straight, flat open road, one just asking for windows down, radio up, and letting the simple things take over. Other days, whew, other days are like trying to drive on square wheels. Every bump, … Continue reading

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Where there is smoke…

This weekend hubby decided to burn a pile of cast off wood from our house remodel/restoration project. The pile consisted of old ceiling lathe, roofing wood, and other cast off pieces. He had a hose running out to the pile … Continue reading

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While I am waiting

Life can be pretty messed up some times. I will take steps forward with something and then all of a sudden, someone comes and says, “HEY! That’s not the way I wanted you to do that!” Now here I am … Continue reading

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Loans and insurance

When I went to college, I had to take out student loans to cover the tuition. The amount I had to pay back was not very much, but I still had to make payments each month, interest accrued daily, and … Continue reading

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