Monthly Archives: December 2013

Purpose Fullfillment

After reading my post “One Last Funeral”, a reader (and fellow blogger at http://www.everonward.typepad.com) wrote and asked, “How do you keep the unexpected, the too early deaths like this one from depressing you?” In all honesty, death does not depress … Continue reading

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One Last Funeral

Last Sunday the pastor of one of our churches taught a Sunday school class, preached a sermon and went Christmas caroling.  Monday he said goodbye to his wife with a hug and a kiss as she was baking Christmas cookies … Continue reading

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Grateful and Blessed

I feed my husband.  No that is not correct.  I prepare almost all the food that my husband consumes is the correct statement.  Except on rare occasions, he doesn’t even put yogurt and fruit in a bowl for breakfast.  Is … Continue reading

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The Spirit of Christmas

I don’t like giving gifts at Christmas.  I don’t like giving gifts at Christmas because it is expected of me. Yesterday I was asked on two separate occasions, “Aren’t you giving him/them anything?” I thought for a second and replied … Continue reading

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Ode to a Community

  What is this creature?  It’s Katz in a Sheep Mask!   Many of my readers have come to me through Jon Katz’s blog-bedlamfarm.com. Jon is my teacher who started me blogging with his Art of the Blog class.  He … Continue reading

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Worry

Is it my job to worry?  I have a business to run with bills to pay.  I need to be paid for my services and merchandise.  I now have an official “Payment Policy”.  Yet when someone walks in and says … Continue reading

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