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Winter Tunes Wednesday!

I wish I had a river…

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Watercooler Wednesday!

Mary did you know?

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Watercooler Wednesday!

Hallelujah!

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Happy Thanksgiving Eve!

“I would maintain that thanks are the highest form of thought; and that gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder.”-G.K. Chesterton

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Weekend Watercooler!

Thank God It’s the Weekend!

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Something in the Water Wednesday!

Tuesday was a bit of a rough day, so please excuse my short post. I simply want to share one of my favorite new songs–Carrie Underwood’s “Something in the Water”. News… Heh. Oops! I know Bush 43 isn’t the greatest at the English language, but doesn’t this quote sound like he is implying that Jeb [...]

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Seeing Red Wednesday!

I don’t know about you all, but I’m glad this election season is over. I don’t watch that much TV, but I was extremely tired of the ads. My election experience was pretty typical. I went in to vote at around 7 on my way to work. There wasn’t much of a line. I wasn’t [...]

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Falling into Wednesday!

This will likely be my final installment of autumn pictures for the year, and of course next week will be the big mid term election round-up. Last Saturday I visited my favorite little wooded area. This area was donated by a woman upon death, She wanted to provide a park for the community. This park [...]

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Palin, Elitism and an Army of “Higginsless Doolittles”

Count me in as one of the who would rather side with the family that defends each other and their honor over the ones who do verbal, self-absorbed “battle” with a teleprompter as the commanding general.

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Fall into Wednesday!

Vibrancy!

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First Do No Harm Wednesday!

What if politicians took the Hippocratic oath?

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More Fall Wednesday!

My fall obsession continues…

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Happy Trails Wednesday!

The beauty of fall…

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Falling into Wednesday!

The vibrancy of fall…

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Family Defense Strategy Wednesday!

Word and deed…

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Watercooler Wednesday!

That’s the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard!

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Sarah Palin and September 3rd:How Two Speeches Re-Defined the Planes of Politics

From the RNC stage to the fields of Iowa…

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Love People, Use Things Wednesday!

Food for thought…

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Spoken Word Wednesday!

Something a little bit different…

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Re-Direct the Hand Basket Wednesday!

Paul’s words in Ephesians 6:12 are becoming more and more real.

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Barton Hollow Wednesday

Let me in the walls, you’ve built around…

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Wednesday Watercooler!

What do Palin, Reagan, Sowell and Lewis have in common?

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The Manicured Hands of D.C. and the Calloused Hands of the Forgotten Man

The manicured hands of Washington craft out-of-touch, unproductive policies, but the calloused hands of the forgotten man are what make America exceptional and give her promise

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Calloused Hands Wednesday!

Calloused hands vs. a clenched fist

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