Monthly Archives: August 2013

Letting Go

Well, the last class of the day is geography, and as always it is still boring. Sixth grade sometimes can sure be a drag, and as usual this one was turning out to be the same. Waiting for the bell, … Continue reading

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Gifts and Miracles

At church tonight I was talking to a young friend of mine and somehow miracles came up. I mentioned that not only have I seen a miracle but haveĀ  been a part of all the gifts working in my life. … Continue reading

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My Friend’s Name Is Alone

I lived on a dead end street as a child and my favorite time was going across the street to play in the grown up fields and woods. Alone in this setting I could be and do anything I wanted, … Continue reading

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Giving Thanks, when it’s hard

As a small boy, going hunting with dad, we would drive to Roane County about every weekend. On these trips, as a small boy and up through my teen years, dad would remind me to always be thankful to farmersĀ  … Continue reading

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Little Things Mean a Lot

Summertime here in WV has been really hot, as is the rest of the country. There is not much activity in nature during the hot, muggy parts of the day. I’ve gone back to watching the small critters in our … Continue reading

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