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Spooning

For people with chronic illnesses, or just limited energy levels, the Spoon Theory makes a lot of sense and helps us explain to those we love why some days we just can’t even. Briefly the way Spoon Theory works is … Continue reading

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Once an Austrian went yodeling

I need to explore this more. This thought. This morning as I was drinking my coffee and reading I suddenly remembered a person who over 30 years ago was in my College and Career Sunday School class. He was paralyzed … Continue reading

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Always Sunny

When we’re all un-addicted What a day of rejoicing that will be! When we all see Jesus We’ll sing and shout the victory! (Apologies to Eliza E. Hewitt. Maybe she’d understand.) I was wondering the other day what the world … Continue reading

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Be kind, it’s just my heart

After 51 years, I’m starting to notice a pattern. Every so often, when life changes up a bit or I’m going through a rough patch, I find reasons why I should be disqualified. Not disqualified from salvation, but disqualified from … Continue reading

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Apologies to Ms Bronte, it’s been a long time.

Do you ever feel like the beginning of Whuthering Heights? Like you are sitting at the dinner table in a dysfunctional mess, and someone steps in for a visit and can’t quit figure out what is going on. Who is … Continue reading

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Evening Thoughts with Alice, #The last one in this project

Many years ago my ex-husband told me about a book he was reading about how to get along with difficult people in the workplace. One of the ideas in the book is to realize something very important about the people … Continue reading

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Morning Thoughts with Alice, #22

I kind of lied. A little. I haven’t fully conquered my fear of driving over bridges, and I don’t have a secret cure for scary roads. I do, however, have a method that I’m finding does help. But it only … Continue reading

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