Archive for December, 2008

Goodnight 2008!

Dec 31st, 2008 by debrabee | 0

I have never understood “Auld Lang Syne”. Perhaps I just never cared to know. I loved the year that is now behind me for all it’s growing pains and new hopes born. I could spend much time reflecting but than I wouldn’t be looking forward and I might miss the opportunities ahead. Which way are […]

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Fly Boy

Dec 30th, 2008 by debrabee | 0

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Wrinkles

Dec 30th, 2008 by debrabee | 0

“As for wrinkles–pshaw! Why shouldn’t we have wrinkles? Honorable insignia of long service in this warfare.” C.S. Lewis

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Is The Price Right?

Dec 28th, 2008 by debrabee | 0

Another Christmas has come and gone. In a mere few days a new year will roll over on our calendars. 2009, what does that mean? What are we really hoping for? A new president will soon take the international stage of public figures and be setting the example for how our great nation should be […]

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I Want More

Dec 27th, 2008 by debrabee | 0

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Rich Blessing

Dec 25th, 2008 by debrabee | 0

Christmas morning is here and as I open the blinds it appears to be gray and wet outside. I must get ready to go soon. We are expected up north at my sister’s home who has graciously offered to host our family this year. This is special. Over the past couple of years some healing […]

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Taking Advantage To Act Kindly

Dec 23rd, 2008 by debrabee | 0

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Character Food Thought

Dec 23rd, 2008 by debrabee | 0

“What you see and hear depends a good deal on where you are standing: it also depends on what sort of person you are.”  C.S. Lewis I find it fascinating when two people are witness to the same event and yet the one with a heart of hope can find even the tiniest fraction of […]

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Seed Pods

Dec 21st, 2008 by debrabee | 0

They lay on the ground, looking to be finished with their life cycle and at first glance I hadn’t even noticed them. When the light of the sun shone on their browned husks, red sparkles shined like hot embers or miniature stars gone nova in red heat. The red seeds were so beautiful; they really […]

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What Does The Day Offer?

Dec 20th, 2008 by debrabee | 0

The sun is shining despite the ice cold that has dropped down into part of the world. Now the cold would normally keep me inside but sunshine draws me to come out and enjoy what the day has to offer. I have a vague idea of what sounds like fun but my pals are all […]

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