Monthly Archives: June 2006

bearing fruit

June 23, 2006
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bearing fruit

The little, highly productive cherry tree. Children picking ripe cherries. Here we picked about 4 gallons of cherries. After washing them, I used my Food Saver to package the cherries for freezing. I LOVE my Food Saver! My brother and sister-in-law surprised me with this gift and it has been an invaluable asset to our…

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simplicity in common things

June 23, 2006
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simplicity in common things

I simplified my life a bit more. The mop of hair these boys had is no longer causing problems. It is amazing how much a few haircuts simplified our lives.

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The Problem with Instruction #3

June 20, 2006
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Instruction #3: “The first day or two, allow baby to nurse the breast only a few minutes, 5 minutes at the most, then gradually increase the nursing time as you have more breast milk.” The first 3 postpartum days, the nursing baby will be getting the incredible superfood colostrum. Colostrum is the first milk. The…

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Grateful Daughter

June 20, 2006
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Grateful Daughter

I have grand intentions on one day writing a book about something. I have several book titles and different subjects that I would like to write a bit about my father and the impact he has had on my life. As I have now grown into a wife and mother with responsibilities of my own, I…

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Remember and Give Thanks

June 17, 2006
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It is easy for me to get caught up in my own life and not realize that there is a big hurting world outside the doors of my home. Today my husband and I spent the day in the hospital with our 5 year old little boy while he underwent a surgery to correct a…

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Mysterious Sighting

June 15, 2006
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In my last post, I alluded to an incident that occurred here of a mysterious bird sighting. The boys were yelling, “Mom, we saw a Rhamphorhynchoid Pterodactyl flying over our house!!” They went on to describe the huge bird as having a long tail with a ball at the end of it. I had never…

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Overload: Finding refreshment and peace and focus

June 13, 2006
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Overload:  Finding refreshment and peace and focus

Recently, our days seem to have become intensely busy. However, we have been making efforts to slow down and enjoy the incredible life that God has given us. It is easy to get wrapped up in things that, when you sit down and think about it, are basically nothing but busy tasks that are not…

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2006 Sense of the South Opinion Poll

June 13, 2006
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Here is a rare opportunity to sound off on all kinds of good issues. The Sense Of The South survey has been assembled to “obtain the views of Southerners concerning specific issues germane to the 2006 election cycle”. Remember the Red State, Blue State maps? Here is a chance to share your beliefs, views, conviction,…

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Roy Moore for Governor – Alabama

June 6, 2006
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Today is the election that has ramification around the nation. Alabama, has a question to answer at the ballot box today. Will she acknowledge God and vote according to Biblical standards, or will she continue as the rest of the nation and use humanist reasoning to select her leaders? There is a lot riding on…

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Part Two – Adventures in the Strange and Unusual: A weekend family trip

June 5, 2006
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Part Two – Adventures in the Strange and Unusual:  A weekend family trip

To continue: We finished up our trip with a picnic, a trip to the farm, fishing, and a supper feast on our small catch. My favorite Cow… The Scotch Highland (Heiland) cattle. They are the oldest known breed of cattle originating in the remote hilly regions and western Coastal Islands of Scotland. They are a…

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Roy Moore, the Imperial Congress and the Rule of Law

June 3, 2006
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By Christopher G. Adamo When Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore defied an order from Federal Judge Myron Thompson in 2003, and refused to remove a monument of the Ten Commandments from the rotunda of the Alabama Supreme Court building, he was summarily expelled from office under the pretense that America is a nation of laws,…

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