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Hoarfrost

February 11, 2015
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Seems cold weather makes my knees and elbows creak a bit more than it did a few short years back. I take the extra moment or two to add an extra layer of warmth before stepping out into the sub-freezing temperatures of this old fashioned winter. And though the sound of squeaking snow conjures...

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I Know I am Blessed

January 22, 2015
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  I know I am blessed when I get up on a cold winter morning and feel chilled. I realize that I can put on a warm sweatshirt and push up the thermostat, make a cup of coffee and all is well. I know...

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Trust

January 19, 2015
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  Such an interesting word, trust. I might think of my kids trusting me to keep them safe or a man and woman in relationship trusting each other to remain faithful. We might trust someone to give us correct directions to get to a...

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The Smell From the Bucket

December 24, 2014
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The moment the lid was removed from the five gallon bucket, it was obvious that we were dealing with something dead. The smell of the slowly decomposing deer hides...

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Rainy Day Spider

August 22, 2014
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I parked a chair next to the screen door of the porch, where I could have a birds eye vantage of the heavy rain. When I spending time at...

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Pride on the Path

January 7, 2014
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My shoulder hurt so much during target practice that I was reluctant to go out with the bow after the season opened. The weather was inviting, the colors striking,...

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