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Winter Olympics More Curiosity Than Competition

I’m not a fan of winter. I hate cold weather and I don’t like the snow and ice it sometimes brings. Back when I was a teen and young adult,…

Kite Weather

Kite Weather

I rarely get mail anymore. Real mail, not all that junk. I mean the kind which is both physical and personal; real mail from someone I know. You remember it.…

What’s Cooking?

With lent and the Easter Season on us I will bring to you some of the great recipes that go with the season.  As I am back from the south…

Nine Life Changing Words

Nine words written long ago from a lonely Roman prison cell might, if heeded, break down most of the barriers that divide families, hinder the growth of churches and separate…

Moon, Mars Citizen Missions Coming Soon

Back in the day when I lived on the Space Coast, we use to jump in our pontoon, cruise to near the launch point, and get a birds eye view…

Riding In The Carpool Of Life

Marion lost two of her sons this week. One was in residence his entire life, the other not here physically, but like many of Marion’s sons, she was always in…

What’s Cooking?

Being that I will be back from the sunny south next week with some great old fashion southern recipes that I hope all will try and enjoy…. This week I am going to do…

The Mystery Of The Missing Bible

When we arrived at church one Sunday, I reached for my Bible and it wasn’t in its usual place in the car. “That’s strange,” I thought, feeling sure I remembered…

Most Valuable Super Bowl Player – Chris Long

While all eyes were on Justin Timberlake, a slew of new and clever commercials, Tom Brady and the Philadelphia Eagles punishing running game, one Eagle defensive player was risking life…

Another Fine Blast Off

Another Fine Blast Off

I watched the launch of Elon Musk’s Spacex Corp Falcon Heavy rocket today. Twenty-seven engines propelled the gigantic rocket and payload into space at3:45pm from the old Cape Kennedy in Florida,…

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