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Come On Home by Brady Toops

I enjoy checking out new music and Noisetrade is one of the best online sources. Today I found Brady Toops there. He has 5 titles you can listen to and download. I loved his music and then found out he … Continue reading

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Blackberries – Delicious and so Good for You

Blackberries are now in and I have picked some everyday. They are so good for you. – One cup of fresh blackberries has 62 calories, 1 gram of fat, 15 carbohydrates, 8 grams of fiber, 2 grams of protein and … Continue reading

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Moved In

Sorry I have been not been posting but I just moved into a new home. I am just getting my head above water. I love our new home and Mom and I are enjoying the lovely scenery. I hope to … Continue reading

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Tornado Damage – Photographs and Ways to Help

We have all watched the news in disbelief as we see the devastation of the tornadoes in Oklahoma and Texas. Here are photographs from The Big Picture that vividly capture the damage and the people who are picking up the … Continue reading

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The Book of the Future: Grant Snider

Cute! Which reading device do you prefer?

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He lay in a manger, yet the world rested in His hands

Deservedly did the Prophets announce, that He’d been born; the Heavens and the Angels, that He’d been born. He lay in a manger, and yet the world rested in His hands. As an infant, He was wordless, and yet He … Continue reading

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Potpourri: Singleness, Clotheslines and Loss at Christmas

How Not to Help All the Single Ladies: I am a single lady. The summer I graduated from college I read John Fischer’s booklet A Single’s Personal Identity. I had dated someone in college that ended after college. That booklet … Continue reading

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Hurricane Sandy: Photographs

I live on the East Coast and was all ready for Hurricane Sandy. We were told there would be power outages so be prepared. We stocked up on food, water and batteries. We got the candles out. The rain came … Continue reading

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Political Thought by Hunter Baker

Crossway has recently started publishing a new series of books called Reclaiming the Christian Intellectual Tradition. Over the coming months I plan to read each and review them. I started with Political Thought: A Student’s Guide by Hunter Baker as … Continue reading

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Jacques Barzun: His Writings Influenced My Teaching

My sister, Karen introduced me to Jacques Barzun on a summer vacation in 2001. She had picked up his book, From Dawn to Decadence: 500 Years of Western ┬áCultural Life 1500 to the Present at Bethany Bookstore and thought I … Continue reading

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