Reflections: on Driving to Church in the rain
I hope everyone is having a wonderful, joyous, and happy Easter! May the Lord bless you now and forevermore!
reflections on Interesting People
Now, there are a lot of interesting people in the world - both famous and not; I have met a few of each.
Reflections on God's Name
I suppose that by now you know that I have many pet peeves!
Reflections on life
Well, thankfully the plumber is here today (Monday) after a weekend without the back toilet, washing machine and shower. The plumber, Norman’s, would have come sooner, but we had too much to do to be here when he came, and we didn’t want to ask him on Sunday. That’s God’s day!
reflections on My DNA
I have been a member of ancestry.com since its inception - even before, as I was one of the first to participate in rootsweb.com which was subsequently pirated by a few not-so-good people and turned into Ancestry. Ah, but that is another story.
Reflections on the Woman's Club of Mineral Wells
Ok, ok, I know some of you fellows were rather amused by my column a while back - the one telling you not to read. Well, while this column is about women, I hope you will read it and be encouraged by it to assist in the preservation of one of the few grand old ladies left in our town.
Reflections About Town
While, as many of you know, I have been pretty skeptical about the revitalization of the Baker Hotel, I do believe it looks pretty good for its going forward.
Reflections on Devotionals
A couple of weeks ago I told you about my blogger friend, Annie Jefferies, who visited us, with her husband, Don, on their way to mission work in Missouri where they are now assisting in a tiny community.
Reflections on I Love You!
How hard is it for you to say those three little words – I love you?
Reflections on Blogging and Friends
How many of you blog? I was asked the other day how many people here in Mineral Wells blog, and I really didn't know the answer to that.
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