Monthly Archives: June 2012

Firestorms and Prayer

Fires rage across Colorado. Emotions grip people in ways they have never experienced before. What can we do? I read a rather silly column by Barry Fagin in the Gazette this morning. He was touting reason over prayer in solving … Continue reading

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Fire Mitigation & Garage Sales

The fires in Colorado are horrific. I woke up this morning with a headache and I realize it is the smoke and I don’t live anywhere near them. My heart goes out to the evacuees today. Hang in there. Bless … Continue reading

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Fire, Evacuation, & Preparation

I’m back on the Eastern Slope of Colorado. I am surrounded by the smoke from one fire and a very dear friend had to pack what was possible yesterday and evacuate from another. My daughter and I had an interesting … Continue reading

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Wills and Stuff

I’m going to blog a day early because Internet is not readily available to me on these travels. I have traded grandchildren in for my mother’s yard work and 98 degrees. Ummm. Not sure which is the most difficult but … Continue reading

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Father’s Day

Father’s Day is nearing and it reminds me of a trip I took several years before my father passed away. He’s been gone four years now but I remember this trip like it was yesterday. Daddy and I loaded up … Continue reading

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Rumors and Forgiveness

Rumors and Forgiveness.

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Rumors and Forgiveness

We all know that rumors can be hurtful, really hurtful. They seem to come along with death. You can’t do anything to stop them either, or correct them. The funny thing, I’ve discovered, is it is easier for me to … Continue reading

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