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Good Days…Bad Days With Maureen Pratt

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TLC Tuesday: Listen to the Rain

posted by mpratt

Praise God! It’s raining! Or, if it isn’t where you are, something weather-wise is happening. Snow, perhaps, or a gentle breeze? Nippy chill or frigid temps that force you to be warm and keep warm. Whatever the weather today, take […]

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Blooming Time!

posted by mpratt

Not long ago, I posted a picture of my season-challenged Christmas cactus. It had bloomed at, when else, Christmas, but for some reason a few weeks ago began producing buds again! Just in time for…Lent?! As sometimes happens with plants, […]

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posted 8:32:25pm Aug. 27, 2015 | read full post »

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