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Two Things That Cannot Wait Until 5pm

This is not my Saturday night blog, but I am nearly tingling with excitement about two things: First, this: Yes, for breakfast I ate my own homemade creamy non-fat Greek yogurt that is just like my sister said it should be, which I made yesterday in my crockpot as many of you recommended, and I […]

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What-Not-To-Do-Wednesday: Homemade Greek Yogurt

“Well, it’s like this,” she shouted: “MY YOUNGER SISTERS MAKE YOGURT.” My sisters show up at family gatherings with homemade yogurt, sometimes in artistic glass jars, and say things like, “Oh it’s easy, you should try it.” I know that peer pressure is not a good incentive to do things. But, I do eat copious […]

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Monday Merchants: Instacart

January 21, 2019 Okay, I promise I will keep this short, but I truly love having my groceries delivered to my door every week. Especially in January.¬†Especially when it’s -6 degrees outside and dropping. I like how I can order from Aldi from my phone or my computer. I can leave notes to the shopper/driver […]

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Recalled by Cotton

“Only God knows my story,” Mary has told me often. “No one knows your story but God.”  She calls me the other afternoon.  “Katrina, are you home?”  “Yes….” “Okay!”  Click.  I furrow my brow and pick up a few pieces of clutter around the house, then sit back down at my computer, close to the […]

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What I Have

Saturday, January 12, 2019 Funny, isn’t it, how certain pieces of Scripture jump off the page and smack you full in the face. I am doing a study¬†of the book of Luke and there are extra passages for each day. One of these extra passages was Psalm 23. In the version I was reading, the […]

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