Pursuing A Course In Apple-Fritterology

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Recently, and by that I mean within the last month, my cell phone has been ringing out of my shirt pocket. It is rather frustrating because I rarely give my number to anybody. But there it goes, ringing and ringing and ringing.

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That’s going to leave a mark!

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Back To School Fixed  A couple of days ago, I visited my daughter’s school for open house.  She not only had to see her current teachers but last years as well.  It was great to see her take such heart in her relationship with such good people.   Teachers do not have an Continue reading

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Thoughts, Plots and Other Dangerous Activities

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One day this past week, I got up a little earlier than usual and to keep from waking up the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage I got my coffee and went to the back porch to enjoy a quiet early morning.

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I’m Out Of The Boat, Now What?

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I finally decided to answer God’s call for my life. Sure, it sounds crazy but nothing is impossible for God, not even walking on water. I climb out of the boat with my eyes fixed on Jesus’ hand. The water is calm and the sky is clear. I’m officially walking on water. Piece Continue reading

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Pardon My French, S’il Vous Plaît

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When I was young, a saying went around, “Sticks and stones may break my bones but words/names will never hurt me.” Supposedly it was to make me ignore people saying nasty things about me.

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Words Unspoken

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“Why did you save me?” Melissa tugged at her shirt sleeves.

Anna looked up from her cup of coffee. “What are you talking about?”

Melissa sighed and stared out the window. “You know…a couple of weeks ago.”

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The Vegetable War in the Parsonage

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Lately, a little bit of tension has developed between the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage and myself. It has been a long time coming and I am afraid it has arrived.

After decades of being married, and I am not quite sure which decades, it has all come down to Continue reading

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In the Right Place By Tammy Nicole Glover

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My first thought when I saw her was, why did she wear that to church. She wore a tight, black dress that came to the middle of her thighs. She tried to pull it down but it seemed to rise higher with every step. I didn’t know how she was Continue reading

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How fast the shades of summer have faded

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Am I getting old or his time passing faster than it used to? It seems I just settle down to do something and before I know it, it is over.

Back in “the day,” a minute had 60 seconds. An hour had 60 minutes. A day had 24 hours. Oh, Continue reading

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It’s Hot… And I Love It

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Recently it has been rather hot around here. A little hotter than usual, in my estimation. I really don’t know if it is getting hotter or as I get older, I’m not able to handle the hot weather.

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I’m No Better By Tammy Nicole Glover

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If I say that I love others, but I don’t forgive the person who lied to me, am I any better? If I say that I will follow the Lord, but I don’t forgive the person who betrayed me, am I any better? If I refuse to pray for someone Continue reading

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Fruit Of The Spirit

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I was originally uploading this series one at a time, but since I began, I moved to Baton Rouge for a new job, and I’m just now getting back in the swing of writing again. Below is the entire series. For those of you who like poetry, you request a Continue reading

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Pleeeease Don’t Say You’ll Go Fight For Me, Mr. Candidate

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Lately I have been listening to political campaign speeches, which has helped me catch up on some sleep I have missed in the last two years. Don’t get me wrong on this issue. It is not that I am bored with this whole business. It is simply the fact that Continue reading

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How Many Mondays Are There in One Week?

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SNYDER3SNYDER3I must admit I am not up to date with all of the technology and gadgets today. Just when I think I have something mastered, they upgrade it or replace it was something that I cannot figure out. I guess that is why God gave grandfathers grandchildren.

It started on Continue reading

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The Squirrel and Birds Controversy

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I have learned controversy is what life is really all about. Controversy means there is two sides, one side has no idea what the other side is thinking. Of course, there are those controversies when neither side is actually doing any thinking. That is what is called politics.

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