Monthly Archives: November 2013

Happy Thanksgivukkah

A rare event this week… Thanksgiving and Chanukkah collide! What fun! A holiday of offering up praise and thanksgiving… And a holiday of re-dedication and remembering!       Happy Thanksgiving and Happy Chanukkah from our home to yours! ~ … Continue reading

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10 Marriage Tips

  Marriage is not the elusive fairy tale we find in books and movies. It is work. A lifetime of work. But work isn’t a bad thing. šŸ˜‰ My husband and I have celebrated 16 years of marriage this year. … Continue reading

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A Doctor Appointment I Look Forward To!

There are few things in the entertainment industry that I get downright excited about. Aside from Jane Austen flicks –Ā  Doctor Who is my fandom. Yes, the geeky, sci-fi show my daddy made me watch as a kid (and which … Continue reading

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Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark

Do you know the legend of the Cherokee Indian youthā€™s rite of passage?     His dad takes him into the forest, blindfolds, and leaves him alone. He is required to sit on a stump the whole night and not … Continue reading

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Why I Keep the Seventh Day Sabbath

Yep — Ā  I keep the seventh day Sabbath. It has nothing to do with denomination – it has everything to do with Who I worship and what He desires. Here are the reasons why I keep – guard and … Continue reading

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Daily Workout

  Once upon a time, I had never even tasted wine. And once upon a time, I believed it sin to do so. Then once upon a time, my eyes were opened and my paradigm shifted away from the doctrine … Continue reading

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Defy Them

There are times when defiance is necessary. Far too long I allowed my past, my fears, my flaws… the traditions, theology and paradigms of others… to establish limitations (spoken and unspoken) in my life. I am choosing to break free. … Continue reading

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