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God’s Grace and Humor from Slim Randles

A friend sent me this devotional the other day and it has a good message for us, no matter what God we believe in. The world is royally messed up, and many of us are spinning, emotionally and mentally through that as well as personal challenges. “It is easy to feel fearful and discouraged when …

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Mush You Huskies

It’s the time of the year when dog-sledders get serious about preparing for the annual Iditarod Dogsled Race that starts the first Saturday in March in Anchorage, Alaska. Slim Randles participated in the first race, and today on the blog he’s sharing a memory of a chance encounter in 1974 when folks were gathering to …

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Friday Reads – #Humor from Slim Randles

How did your week go? As planned? Mine did for the most part, and today I have some real brain clarity, so I hope to get some work done on the book I’ve been writing. So glad when my friend, Slim Randles can take over the blog for a day when I’m super busy, and …

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Friday Fun: Santa is a Cowboy by Slim Randles

I’ve been battling Covid since last Saturday and my head is currently filled with all those little Styrofoam pellets used for packing, so my brain is rather useless at the moment. Takes forever to pull a thought or a word out, which leaves me no choice but to let my friend, Slim Randles, entertain you …

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Friday Reads

Because the world may expect, even demand perfection, we can be hard on ourselves, expecting only perfection. Guess what? We are human, we are not perfect, we will fail. And when we do, it is alright to get up and try again. Just because we fail does not mean we are a failure. Every mistake …

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Book Review And a Guest Post

Currently I’m reading The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas, and it’s worthy of all the accolades it’s received. Told from the POV of a sixteen-year-old girl, the story explores racism and the aftermath of a police shooting of a Black teen, as well as so much more. ABOUT THE BOOK Sixteen-year-old Starr Carter moves …

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Monday Musings

October is Facial Pain Awareness Month, sharing the time with Breast Cancer Awareness. While facial pain doesn’t carry the dire outcomes of some breast cancer diagnoses, it it most debilitating and often lasts years. For eight years now, atypical trigeminal neuralgia, TN-2, has been a daily problem for me, and my recent spine surgery exacerbated …

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Who’s Running the GOP?

This will be my last post for a couple of weeks – or maybe longer. Timing will depend on how quickly I recover from surgery on my cervical spine. There are several serious issues that need repair, and they’ll be taken care of on Monday. When thinking about what topics to have on my blog …

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