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If you’re happy and you know it . . .

I had the day off yesterday. I spent it working at home, doing household chores and tasks that needed to be caught up. Having made my To-Do list, I began with collecting laundry, changing the sheets, cleaning the bathroom. You … Continue reading

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what’s that?

We have kittens that live on our property. They are adorable, entertaining, and constantly on the watch for something to explore. Whenever I come out of the house the kittens come to check out what I am doing.  The thing … Continue reading

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contented

At the livestock auction I spent time watching the crowd, making up stories for why the families and farmers were there and why they may have bid on the animals. One of the families attending the auction was Amish. A … Continue reading

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Enduring

I sat at our Thanksgiving table yesterday with my husband, sons, and father-in-law, eating until our stomach were full, enjoying the company, the teasing jokes, the conversation. It was a good day. I starting thinking of those who don’t have … Continue reading

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Contentment

Contentment means a state of happiness and satisfaction. Paul wrote in Philippians saying, “I am not saying this because I am in need, for I have learned to be content whatever the circumstances. I know what it is to be in need, and … Continue reading

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