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Saturday Situation Report

What’s the situation? Well… I am making tomato soup even as we speak, with the intention of canning a few jars. I’ve never canned tomato soup before, but we have tomatoes ripe in the garden and have no need for … Continue reading

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In Which I Relate Past a Adventure, With Photos and Everything

Yes, I know there’s no SEO value to either the title or the content of this post. I’m just going to tell you a story and not try to sell books, okay? (But if you want to hop over to … Continue reading

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Three UnReviews

I’m uncomfortable writing book reviews. They seem so judgmental. Yes, I want people to review my books (hint, hint), but I don’t like giving reviews myself. Is that inconsistent? Lopsided? Self-centered? Probably all of the above.  But that’s the way … Continue reading

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Goodreads Giveaway

Hey, y’all – I thought it might be a good idea to let you know about the promotion going on at Goodreads. Between now and the end of the month, you can enter a drawing to win a free copy … Continue reading

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Some Fun Facts About Christmas

The word “Christmas” is a contraction of the Old English Crīstesmæsse, meaning “Christ’s mass.” The term was first used in 1038. Because the letter X in Greek is the first letter in the Greek word for Christ, the abbreviation Xmas … Continue reading

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In Which I Contemplate Love, Thankfulness, and Sin

I thought I remembered writing a post about my thankfulness that God is the God of love. But when I did a search for it, I couldn’t find it. Am I losing my faculties? Perhaps, but that’s a topic for … Continue reading

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Home is Where the House Is… Sometimes

One year ago at this time, we were packing our two-story-plus-full-basement-and-attic house in preparation to move 200 miles away. We’d already sold the house but were waiting for the buyer’s lender to complete all the details before the deal closed. … Continue reading

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