Monthly Archives: August 2016

In the Right Place By Tammy Nicole Glover

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 … Continue reading

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How fast the shades of summer have faded

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 … Continue reading

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It’s Hot… And I Love It

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. Whoever invented … Continue reading

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I’m No Better By Tammy Nicole Glover

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 … Continue reading

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