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I’m Too Old to Know Everything

I must be getting old. It seems like everywhere I go there’s someone who has all the answers (even if you’re not asking the questions), and feels obligated to share their abundant knowledge forcefully. Suddenly, I feel like a true … Continue reading

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I’m Too Busy For That!

I’m sitting here trying to write. I say “trying” to write, because it’s very difficult for me to write in my current position and situation. You see, I have a kitten in my face. She has her razor-sharp little kitten … Continue reading

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A Reason to be Thankful

Things had not gone the way I wanted them to go, and I was having a world-class “pity party.” Then, someone came along and said, “in everything give thanks; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus. (1 … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Traditions

Just about everyone that I know has some sort of special tradition surrounding their celebration of Thanksgiving Day. For some, it’s a particular recipe, or a particular preparation. As I was growing up, I recall that my Grandfather was always … Continue reading

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The Obligatory Thanksgiving Thing

Thanksgiving Day is right around the corner, so it’s time for the “Obligatory Thanksgiving CaseStudy”—sort of like the “Obligatory Thanksgiving Sermon” that you always hear the Sunday before Thanksgiving day, and the “Obligatory prayer of Thanksgiving” that many will pray … Continue reading

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The So What Factor

The combination of “nit-picky perfectionist” and “creative” can be a hazardous mix. The “creative” side is always seeing new ideas and new ways of doing things. The “nit-picky” side can see little glaring imperfections in the creative output that are … Continue reading

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Gettin’ Stupid

I learned a new phrase a while back. At first, it seemed a little strange, but the more I thought about it, the more sense it made to me. I was on the phone with a guy that I work … Continue reading

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Sowing and Reaping

I was reading the Old Testament book of 1 Samuel recently, when I came across an illustration that really spoke to me. It is the story of Hannah, the mother of Samuel, and the situations that led to Samuel’s birth … Continue reading

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Synchronize Your Watches

That phrase brings up images of undercover espionage, doesn’t it? For me, it calls up mental film clips from the old “Mission Impossible” TV series. The team is about to execute another “impossible” game plan that relies on split-second timing … Continue reading

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Sneezin’ Saints

I’m not a doctor, and I dont play one on the Internet, but I do know a bit about allergies. I’m one of the millions who suffer from “seasonal allergies,” and like everyone else in that category I’ve taken just … Continue reading

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