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Home Again

by Shannon on September 4, 2014

in Faith

A post from several years back, when I had just returned from a quick trip to California. But it could have been describing just about any trip.Ā  I’m home from a quick trip to San Jose to speak at a Christmas luncheon for “Mothers Together,” a ministry of Menlo Park […]

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Gone Fishin’

by Shannon on September 3, 2014

in Home,Wild Kingdom

Apparently, all Oklahomans fish. It’s not optional. Even new, gangly-legged transplants are expected to pole-up and do their part. Shortly after our move from my home state to his, my new step-father decided the seven year-old me needed an introduction. So he took our family to his favorite cabin up […]

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Here, Kitty

by Shannon on September 1, 2014

in Mindful Living

The skies are gray and the rain has begun, but I can’t say there’s a storm brewing like the one in this post from a few years back. I wish I could! šŸ™‚ Mocha came home two days ago. It’s not that she ever really left, but before I heard […]

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A Life Recorded

by Shannon on August 29, 2014

in Mindful Living

Another from the files … Her name was Martha, and she was born eleven years, two months and thirty-eight days before me. She was covered by Farmers Insurance and adhered to a strict regimen of minerals and supplements; her daily dose included 300 mgs of Passionfever and 500 mg of […]

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Casting Crowns

by Shannon on August 28, 2014

in Mindful Living

A few weeks ago, when Dave was getting ready to take a run to the dump, we tackled a pile of boxes which had been stored in a covered area along with our hay. Spying one dilapidated box, I told Dave, “I think those are the last of Cindy’s things.” […]

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Hillbilly Chili

by Shannon on August 17, 2014

in Wild Kingdom

A memory from another August … So we have our annual Chili Cook-off last Sunday. And just like every year, little paper donkeys hung on the walls of the church office. Honey-combed sombreros and chili peppers dotted the tables. A giant blow-up jalapeno bounced and jiggled in its pinned-up spot […]

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