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St. Patrick’s Day

   Today is St. Patrick’s’ Day.  St. Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland who built many churches. monasteries and schools in Ireland. He died

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Salt of the Earth

     I don’t know about you, but I love greens…turnip greens and collards are my favorite. I consider them dessert, especially if they are cooked

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Life’s Paths

     When we were young, my sister and I loved to take one of the paths in our nearly four acres of woods.  Sometimes we

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How Do I Love Thee?

   In 1845, Elizabeth Barrett received her first letter from Robert Browning.  He had read a volume of her poetry and wrote her a letter expressing

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Disunity

When I was the mother of three school age children, I dealt with bickering and fighting. Of course, any infraction I questioned was met with

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Pray With Faith

I don’t know about you, but occasionally I need a dose of good news or a positive message. That’s when I tune into Joel Osteen.

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Goodwill Toward Men

   During WWI one of the last acts of chivalry on the battlefield occurred on Christmas Day in 1914.  At daybreak, German soldiers in English

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Christmas Memories

     Christmas is my favorite holiday.  Every year as I get ready for Christmas, many vignettes from my ‘childhood Christmas past’ come to mind. Sometimes

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Life Without You

     The Christmas season wouldn’t be complete without writing about my favorite Christmas movie, It’s A Wonderful Life. George Bailey has exciting plans for his

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Give Thanks

Thanksgiving Day      In 1863, Abraham Lincoln appointed Thanksgiving Day as a national holiday.  He designated it to be the final Thursday in November.  That

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