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“Dear Texas…” – A Guest Post
Why should I whine about the sudden summer heat around here, when my friend Misty Ansted has already said it so well? With her kind permission, I present her open letter (which first appeared on her Facebook timeline over Memorial … Continue reading
Posted in Everybody Has a Story Tagged 7th ring of hell, funny, grass fires, hell, hot, humor, Janice C Johnson, rolling blackouts, summer, Texas, Texas heat, Weather 2 Comments
Sewing Machine: Tool, or Enemy?
I haven’t had any trouble with my appliances in quite a while. (Click here if you don’t know what I’m talking about.) It’s been so long, in fact, that when Brent asked me to sew circles of Velcro backing onto … Continue reading
Posted in I Remember When... (my OWN stories), Near As I Can Figure... Tagged craft, D-Day, helper, humor, husband, marriage, paintball, sewing, submission, summer, Velcro, wife 4 Comments
Some of my friends over at Soli Deo Gloria are blogging about their summer. Jen wanted to know whether we had enjoyed an especially refreshing vacation; or let go of something that we needed to release; or gained a sense … Continue reading
Posted in A Page From My Journal, Near As I Can Figure... Tagged determination, marriage, purpose, refresh, refreshment, renewal, structure, summer 9 Comments
Leno’s “Headlines,” or Elegant Metaphor?
I can just hear Jay Leno ragging on this headline in today’s Dallas Morning News: Rains Reduce Risk of Drought Sequel Oh sure, it seems redundant, since the word “drought” refers to a lack of rain. Duh. But the Associated … Continue reading
Posted in Near As I Can Figure... Tagged cause and effect, commitment, drought, goals, headlines, Jay Leno, rain, seasons, spring, summer 10 Comments