Time to Resume Running Club

I’m thinking about my health goals for 2010, as the soup for tonight’s meal at the Hope Rescue Mission simmers. Check back tomorrow for a report about our evening serving dinner to some people without homes in Reading, PA (pronounced redding) Along with too many holiday meals, I gave myself…

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Historical Home Tour

Earlier this month, I went on a Historical Home Tour around Fairmount Park in the city of Philadephia.   Welcome to Christmas … done with simplistic elegrance.  I love the decorations and the windows in the dining room at Lemon Hill There are three big ones like this that can…

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Blogs I read

Once upon a time I decided I wanted to be a part of this … 12 Days of Community = promoting twelve blogs that we appreciate. I wrote two posts promoting fellow bloggers – Billy Coffey and S. Etole and then I didn’t get anything else written. Today I hope…

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Church – Why?

It’s Carnival time again! Today the word is church and its hosted at One Word at A Time by Bridget Chumbley. I like the thoughts about church (believers coming together) that Jesus talks about and that are in the scriptures. If we believe, we are a part of the church…

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Winning Wednesday Winner

This week’s Winning Wednesday Winner is Andi Colmery of Elverson, PA. I’m not going to be posting a lot until the beginning of the year – I want to enjoy and celebrate the true meaning of Christmas without stressing. I might be posting sayings or meaningful/funny videos if the mood…

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Sunday Saying

The love we have for God  and the joy we feel for His blessings  isn’t best expressed in song or prayer,  but in deeds. -Billy Coffey Thanks to Twitter, I found a blog called “What I Learned Today” written by Billy Coffey. He started writing the blog after one of…

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You Can Shine

You can shine, yes, it’s possible. It might not be easy, especially if there’s tough obstacles in your way. But step by step – you can shine! Yes, this is a commercial. I tend to be leary of commercials and rarely trust the message in them. This proves that even…

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