Monthly Archives: June 2009

Meditations on a Century of Life

  I ran across a quote earlier this week that seemed very timely.  He who postpones the hour of living is like the rustic who waits for the river to run out before he crosses.-Horace, poet and satirist (65 BC-8 … Continue reading

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Fixing Health Care Through Brainwashing

  I just discovered this_site , and am enjoying the videos on it.  I don’t know how to embed these, but the second one on the page, Fixing Health Care Through Brainwashing, was really interesting.  An excellent video that addresses not only … Continue reading

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Total Frustration–STILL!

  I have a postthat I can’t postand I am goingCRAZY! Is anyone else having issues with the xanga photo uploaderor is it just ME???? I’ve been trying for a couple days now to put up a post, but can’t … Continue reading

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Being a Grandma

  A lot of emotions cross your mind when you find out you’re going to be a grandma. At first, it’s sort of surprising.  Me?  A grandma? Then it makes you thoughtful.  How in the world did time go that … Continue reading

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The Problem With Religion

  The human tendency is toward religion.  Unless you are actively fighting to keep the gospel alive, then religion will choke it out. Help us, Lord, not to search for the proper technique–Help up to seek YOU. I just listened … Continue reading

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If Only I Could Write in the Shower

  I have many — say a zillion or so– ideas for things to blog about throughout the day.  The big problem is when I have those ideas.  It’s almost always when I’m not able to write them down–when I’m hanging clothes on … Continue reading

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Tired of Hearing About the Abortionist Killing?

I am, a bit.  But I read this today, and thought she had a very good point. For years, we’ve had to hear about the grave threat that Americans might overreact to a terrorist attack committed by 19 Muslims shouting … Continue reading

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