Monthly Archives: December 2015

A new look at the old year

From a practical standpoint, and if I am anything I am practical, well, practically, this year has gone by rather quickly. The fact I have survived this past year has to count for something. I was musing on this with … Continue reading

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The Christmasfication of our home

Our home, like every other home this time of year, bears the decorations of the Christmas season. This is all thanks to the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage. My assigned role in the whole Christmas affair was to keep out … Continue reading

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My Christmas “Miss-Her-Toe” Celebration

Making mistakes is not in the resume of the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage. That was, up until now. I am not known as Mr. Perfect by any stretch of the imagination. If there is a mistake to be made, … Continue reading

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War of the Roses

WAR OF THE ROSES Going to church doesn’t make you a Christian any more than standing in a garage makes you a car. Billy Sunday When my husband, Donny and I first started serving at a small Baptist Church, we … Continue reading

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Broken Yet Full

Lord, why’d you waste your love on me? Why spend your precious care On one who came with hands empty, One by the winter rains laid bare? There’s nothing I could say or do That ought to mean a thing … Continue reading

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