Monthly Archives: January 2013

Another One Bites the Dust

Years ago, while traveling in Bolivia, I made the observation that our bus seemed full-to-capacity…yet the driver continued receiving more passengers.  A missionary explained with a laugh…this is typical, affordable transportation in poor Andes Mountain cities. Wierd Al Yankovich twisted … Continue reading

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Ready For Hillary?

Yep, that’s right she’s running for President of the United States of America…to which my husband commented…”that’s more likely than a Victoria’s Secret Modeling career!” “Ready for Hillary” is the start-up slogan…introduced yesterday afternoon by two PACs prepared to “work … Continue reading

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Baby-Lift

In 1975, nurse LeAnn Thieman was a willing participant in a daring baby rescue. Three hundred Vietnamese orphans were prepared for flights, out of their war torn country, to new adoptive homes abroad. The first “baby-lift” crashed, killing half of all … Continue reading

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All-Time High

Friday, the Wilshire 5000, a reliable measure of the stock market, closed at an all-time high. Market Watch reporter, Jill Schlesinger, exclaimed, “We deserve this!” This nation deserves a lot of things…but probably not financial success! It interests me that the Stock Market … Continue reading

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Happy Anniversary Baby

My husband and I are approaching our fortieth wedding anniversary. It seems like “just yesterday” that we were teens, dating and looking towards a future together. Today marks another fortieth anniversary…one to mourn, not celebrate. The Abortion community produced a … Continue reading

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Puneby

As a very young boy, Carey was abandoned under a bridge. His severely clubbed feet and scoliosis made him an outcast in India. Christians invited him into their home, where he helped our infant daughter, and eventually met us. After … Continue reading

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Bad Taste

Thai elephant digestive systems are used to enhance the flavor of the world’s most unusual coffee. This may not be your “cup”…but it’s in high demand, even at  $500 a pound! Last spring, a boycot was called against the Pepsi … Continue reading

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Political Pythons

“Impossible!”…says my husband, regarding attempts at removal of Python invaders in the Florida Everglades. I say somebody should at least try to stop the reptile take-over! Obama’s policies are fast approaching a level that appears impossible to stop…but somebody should at … Continue reading

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Over the Hill

Legal abortion in America turns 40 next week. Proud killers, like Gloria Steinem, sport declarative t-shirts, bragging of their personal abortion numbers. These 70-somethings are now over the hill…in the time of life when one looks back, counting major accomplishments. … Continue reading

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True Freedom

A conspiracy theory began to make the news this week…regarding  the Connecticut Elementary School shootings…suggesting it was a government hoax meant to affect national gun laws. How could any rational person consider that our government would lie or manipulate truth … Continue reading

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