Category Archives: Christmas

Life Lessons Cubed

My dear friend Trish called me today. We got to visit uninterrupted, which means that it’s barely March and I’ve used up my Christmas miracle already. She mentioned that she’d like for me to do a blog on my “Life’s … Continue reading

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The Spice Must Flow

I’m such a nerd. I love Harry Potter, ┬áLotR, Star Wars, and Dune. These are all timeless stories, but they also reflect political climate at the time they were written. If variety is the spice of life, then our lives … Continue reading

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Red-Letter Words

When I grew up a backwoods, country Baptist, my Bible had some words written in red– words spoken by Jesus himself. I seem to recall that the Pharisees and Sadduccees and I don’t know who all else decided to give … Continue reading

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Hell on Wheels

We were just outside of Lake Charles when we spotted this truck yesterday. I had to explain to my kids that the smell of sulfur is synonymous with Satan. And Easter Egg poots. Which probably boils down to the same … Continue reading

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When I Grow Up

This week, I’ve been trying to figure out what I’ll be when I grow up. I had high hopes that the Easter Bunny was going to leave me a big ole sign about my future in the basket with oodles … Continue reading

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In the Air

There are rules for putting the top down on my convertible. My prime directive is that the outside temperature must be between 65 and 85 degrees Farenheit. So, when I drove out to Many earlier this week, I was pleased … Continue reading

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New Traditions

When you live in Natchitoches, attending the Christmas Festival isn’t optional. We often have out of town guests, so are in a rush to get our Thanksgiving decorations down and Christmas out and up in the week in between. I … Continue reading

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