Monthly Archives: November 2015

Welcome Back, Vets. I hope you make it home.

Some years ago, the US military released a horrible statistic. More Afghan/Iraq vets were dying from suicide than were killed in battle. God only knew how many others were homeless, locked in the war that raged inside their heads. It … Continue reading

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For Those With A Sweet Tooth

This year the Arizona State Fair had an exhibition on candy. Here are some of my favorite photos. From the beginning: After the walk through on the ingredients, we explored the types of candy. I had to take a picture … Continue reading

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Friday Funny—Lessons from Noah’s Ark

Make sure to read Noah’s Ark at the end. – Noah’s Ark : Everything I need to know, I learned from Noah’s Ark. ONE: Don’t miss the boat. TWO: Remember that we are all in the same boat! THREE: Plan ahead. It … Continue reading

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Why Does One Problem Always Lead to Another?

While I’ve enjoyed the Facebook posts regarding the earthquakes in Arizona and the mammoth efforts to rebuild, I immersed in a rebuilding project of my own. Last week I posted at about the water pipe bursting and flooding our living … Continue reading

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Voting Matters, History of Rights

Here in the States, the first Tuesday of November is election day. So many take voting for granted, others see it as a contest to pick the ‘winner’ instead of who represents your ideals best, or, in the worst case … Continue reading

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