Monthly Archives: June 2019

Blades of Grass

A personal paraphrase of Psalm 90 Father You have always been our home Before the mountains were thrust up Or the earth itself was shaped You were our God Yet at your word we turn to dust For time has no … Continue reading

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Blessed are the Meek

A little tongue-in-cheek supplement to yesterday’s post, Dare to be Meek!

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Dare to be Meek!

I had these buttons printed up a few years back as a play on the common misunderstanding of the word meek as meaning “timid” or “afraid.”  Actually, its true meaning is nearly the opposite. Webster’s Dictionary defines it as being … Continue reading

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Priorities

“Hack away at the inessentials.” ~Bruce Lee “Most of us spend too much time on what is urgent and not enough time on what is important.” ~Stephen R. Covey     “Your days are numbered. Use them to throw open … Continue reading

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Dear Deer

I found Bambi grazing on a lawn in Washington state! He was surrounded by very watchful adults. The adults were a bit wary of humans, but Bambi was pure curiosity! This adult had a massive yet cleanly healed scar that…

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Camouflage!

Many creatures possess a remarkable ability to blend in. Sometimes intentionally, sometimes not. (Click on any picture to enlarge it or to start slide show)

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The Baron of Second Avenue

Grandpa Frank was fearless. Born in 1902, Frank McLaughlin was of rugged Scotch-Irish stock, descended from the founders of New Hampshire. His genteel French Canadian mother tried to tame him, but never succeeded. He ran away at fifteen, and with … Continue reading

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