Month: February 2016

Better safe than sorry

There I was, sitting in our walk-in closet, trying to make the weather radio work. Thankfully, the tornado warning, and the instruction to find shelter immediately was only a safety precaution. (Prayers going up for those families who lost loved ones and homes in the recent storms.) We didn’t even lose power, which was pretty…
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Making family a priority

As I was getting ready for the day, I got to thinking about all the things I have on my plate right now and thought to myself, “It’s a good thing we are empty nesters, because if I had kids, I wouldn’t be able to do it all.” This immediately brought to mind Stormie Omartian’s…
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Judge me as an individual

I do not understand all the hatred in the world! People hate someone because of • Skin color • ancestral background • ethnicity • job • religion • culture • weight • intelligence • wealth • and more Why? Am I better than you, or you better than me, because of the way we look,…
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Happy Birthday USO

Yesterday was the 75th birthday of the United Service Organization (USO). It just so happened to be my regular volunteer shift at the Raleigh-Durham Airport Center, so I got to partake of the cake while I assisted the guests that passed through. Some of you may never have heard of the USO. Many of you…
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