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A Simple Life, a Childlike Faith

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Why to NOT Evacuate–an angry reaction

posted by Linda G. Howard

Since sarcasm is a staple in the life of my family, here are 11 reasons to NOT evacuate when a life-threatening storm is approaching.  I’ve had plenty of experience to accumulate reasons over the 45 years we’ve lived in a […]

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Learning to learn–Part 1

posted by Linda G. Howard

Last week we started learning new music at The Special Gathering Vero and Melbourne choirs.   I am the director of three of the six choirs at Special Gathering, a ministry within the intellectual disability community.  Our choirs sing in local churches and […]

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Time out

posted by Linda G. Howard

As important as productivity is, it is equally important to take time out to rest and recoup. There are few things that are as hard for Americans as stopping work, especially during this information age. Perhaps the fact that I’m […]

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A stranger in a strange land

posted by Linda G. Howard

It’s been too long.  I’ve not had a preteen/teenager living in my home for many years.  Our first child was a boy and his transition from child to pre-adult was quick and violent.  My perfect child exploded in so many […]

Learning that God is just

posted by Linda G. Howard

We all understand that our federal government is divided into three co-equal branches.  There is the executive branch, the legislative and the judicial branches.  The purpose of these three branches of government is to insure that the people of the […]

Waiting for the green light

posted by Linda G. Howard

I sometimes wonder how much time we spend waiting for a green traffic light. This is a phenomenon of the automobile age, though waiting has been the bane of human existence since our time spent in the Garden.  My first […]

A woman’s thrill ride: Christmas Time

posted by Linda G. Howard

Early this morning on TV,  I watched a man hanging from a rope while he maneuvered his way down a tall building.  Even watching a man scale down a 22 story building is not my idea of a thrill ride. […]

Eliminating stress–practice quiet

posted by Linda G. Howard

Friends have been concerned about my well-being since my husband died.  ”How will you get along without someone in the house?” is the most common question.  In reality, I think they are asking, “How will you survive the quiet?” Even […]

Eliminating stress: Take a break and Don’t run

posted by Linda G. Howard

Several times each week, I would take one or all of my children on foot, crossing the busy five-lane A1A Highway to the ocean.  Each time, I would instruct them.  “Stop.  Look both ways.  Listen.   And do not EVER […]

Eliminating stress-sing a song

posted by Linda G. Howard

Bach called music, “Recreation of the mind.”  Modern scientific research tell us that your mother was right–again. Learning to play a musical instrument as a child and continuing to practice into adulthood sharpens your mind and keeps your thinking clear […]

Eliminating stress–Take a walk

posted by Linda G. Howard

When I first began writing to meet a deadline, I found that I could sit at the computer for only a limited number of hours.  Every 15 minutes or so, I would walk around the house or yard.  I might […]

Walking the best exercise

posted by Linda G. Howard

While the video isn’t the best quality, the information contained here is excellent.

Eliminating Stress–Daily Exercise

posted by Linda G. Howard

About 20 years ago, I realized that I was loosing my balance.  Most of my life, I’d hated exercise; and I could realistically be called a couch potato.  However, I had fallen and broken my leg.  As soon as I […]

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The Art of Listening
It's hard to converse with people who mumble or whisper.  There are two parts to a conversation: Speaking and listening. When we are having a conversation with God, listening is more important than speaking.  Psalm 85:8 says, "I will listen ...

posted 5:20:35am Dec. 05, 2015 | read full post »

My new Love--The NEAT Scanner
I'm in love with a gift I was given to me months ago--a NEAT Scanner. I was told it was the best. However, I was concerned about setting it up in my computer. Finally, yesterday I bit the bullet and took it out of the box. The hardest part ...

posted 9:25:29am Dec. 02, 2015 | read full post »

It's a Christmas Play
You are invited to attend The Special Gathering of IRC 2015 Christmas Play "It's a Christmas Play" 7:00PM  Saturday, December 5 Crossroads Christian Fellowship Church 1050 Highway US 1, Sebastian 7:00PM Sunday, December 6 First ...

posted 9:06:40pm Nov. 30, 2015 | read full post »

Joy Filled Holiday Season
My favorite holiday, even as a child and young person, was Thanksgiving.  It is a time for sharing love with family and friends.  There are no gifts.  However, to quote a good friend, "It's all about the food." Nevertheless, as I grow ...

posted 6:39:41pm Nov. 29, 2015 | read full post »

Willing to Change
Last May I was working when I made a mistake.  While I understood that I was to blame, my first reaction was to fix blame in other places.  As I look back on my reaction, I realize it was unrealistic for me to revert into defensive mode, ...

posted 9:26:41am Oct. 07, 2015 | read full post »

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