Take Your Medicine

When I was younger and became sick my mom would call Dr. Devrees and he would order a prescription for me. The stuff tasted terrible but as my mom promised it did make me feel better. By the time I had children; cherry flavor was added to make the medicine taste better. It did not…

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Seeing Red

Many years ago I was asked by my teacher to write a book report on The Scarlet Letter. I never enjoyed reading or writing, so I took a shortcut. I purchased cliff notes, read the beginning and the end and skipped everything in between. The shortcut led me into a ditch. When I received the…

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How Quickly Things Change

  Today is the day we celebrate Palm Sunday. The day people received Jesus as their King. Matthew described the coronation, “A very large crowd spread their cloaks on the road, while others cut branches from the trees and spread them on the road. 9 The crowds that went ahead of him and those that followed shouted, “Hosanna to…

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My Kind of Guy

My March 9th blog titled Still Small Voice was about a gentleman from our church who resided in the assisted living facility where I led Bible study. My sons and I had been visiting and playing pool with this man for years. I received a call Friday morning that the still small voice called him…

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Scars

Many of us have scars, either physically or emotionally. There is usually a story behind the scars. Riding my tricycle too fast in the basement resulted in a scar on my forehead. The scar on my leg is from falling on a broken bottle. The scar on my back is from my brother pushing me…

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