Monthly Archives: October 2010

Red Light Flashing

A flashing light attracts attention, especially if it’s red. We know it as a warning sign. A flashing red traffic light tells us to stop and then proceed with caution. I groan when I see this at a busy intersection. … Continue reading

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Something To Sneeze About

The cool crisp air, brilliant colors of the leaves, and tasty fall produce make autumn one of the favorite seasons for many of us. I love to walk through the crisp leaves on the sidewalk as I crunch my way … Continue reading

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May The Small Fry Win!

Although I’m vertically challenged, I’ve never minded my size—with the exception of reaching things on tall shelves, at home or at the grocery store. I’ve been known to step on the bottom shelf at the store when no help is … Continue reading

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A Firm Foundation, Floods, and a Life Well-lived

In Sunday school we’ve been teaching the children the song about the wise man and the foolish man. It’s a fun song with lots of action that kids (and adults) enjoy. The theme is the importance of having a firm … Continue reading

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