Monthly Archives: January 2019

Differences in parties

1 Corinthians 13:11 tells us that when we are children, we act like children but when we grow up (become a man) we put the childish things of our childhood behind us. Apparently some members of Congress haven’t grown up … Continue reading

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Seasonal Affective Disorder

If I make it through December without feeling meloncholy or sadness, it will always hit me in January. January is one of those hard months for me. It’s not only my Dad’s birthday, but I lost my Dad in January. … Continue reading

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Socialism vs. nationalism

Though it is always good to have a few days off and be able to rest, I am always glad to get back into the swing and routine of things. We are creatures of habit and being on a schedule … Continue reading

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Year ahead looks interesting

The last quarter of 2018 was one filled with rain. We complain when we have too much, and when there is too little. We seem to never be satisfied. I might not be ecstatic about it but I figure God … Continue reading

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