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(Before I get to my post, I have to give a disclaimer.  As a contracted blogger with Beliefnet, I have no control over the ads they choose to surround my posts.  Please understand that I have no political agenda in …Read More

Just got back from one of my whirlwind trips to Arizona.  I drove over on Friday afternoon and drove back yesterday.  Luckily, I love to drive–I think perhaps in another life, I’d have liked to be a trucker… Anyhoo…the reason …Read More

I was looking up Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians because I remember some recordings I listened to as a child, and I came across this…consider that the year was 1952 and while you are looking at the video, notice how …Read More

Out on my customary walk with Lucy (my dog) this morning, and listening to the sounds the birds make at 5:45 a.m… Birds sing their hearts out to greet the morning.  The only exception seems to be if it’s raining …Read More

                            Sgt. William Stacey joined the Marines in January 2007, and completed a total of five deployments. He was scheduled to return home from his final deployment …Read More

 “I will remember the deeds of the  Lord; yes, I will remember your wonders of old. I will ponder all your work, and meditate on your might deeds. Psalm 77:11-12 I was struck by this verse today, and I started …Read More

Following is a post I did 4 years ago on Veterans’ Day.  Since most of my readers are new, it’s worth repeating, and even if you read it when first posted, I don’t flatter myself that you’ve remembered it for …Read More

I’ve just seen my first Autumn… I realize that may seem really strange to some, but I grew up in Hawaii and then moved to Southern California.  No trees change color in Hawaii and in So Cal, while one can …Read More

Amazing song–enjoy and be blessed in worship

This has become one of my favorite sayings:  What is wrong with you? The story behind it is one I still laugh about:  A few years ago I was driving my 4-year-old granddaughter to my house for a visit, and we …Read More