PA Farmer’s Market – Green Dragon

I needed fruits and vegetable this morning, so I went to The Green Dragon, a local farmer’s market that was bursting with produce and people. This shows only about 1/10 of it – it’s a huge place! Strawberries from the Carolina’s Tomatoes, sugar peas,  berries, berries and more berries, rhubarb. Cantaloupe, watermelon,…

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Live Today Well

“It’s how we spend our time that really matters. If you are fed up with the way you have come to interact with time, change it.” -Marcia Wieder Great reminder that we make choices daily about how we spend our time. When next week, month or year rolls around, what are…

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Friday’s Fave Five

I’ve had an unorganized week, especially the last few days. I have a number of different projects happening and I’m having a tough time getting anything significant finished, because I keep moving from project to project … ugh. So I have to think hard to find five favorites of this…

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Sunday Saying – Magic Show

“Our faith is not about magic, it’s about partnering with God to see remarkable things happen through faithfulness and consistency over a long-period of time. If we buy into the instant-results mindset of our culture (that is depressed and confused itself) we will become very frustrated with God. God has…

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Friday’s Fave Five

Click on the image above to see more Friday’s Fave posts. My Five Favorite Things this Week 1. Completing six miles in the Garden Spot Village Marathon Relay on Saturday.  2. Slowly, but surely getting over this darn cold. I had a slight cold before the race and I figured…

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The Importance of Story in my Life

This post is about the importance of story in my life. It is an entry into Chris Brogan’s giveaway of 100 copies of Donald Miller’s book “A Million Miles in a Thousand Years.“ I was born into a controlled world – I escaped through stories in books. Then in my early twenties, I began…

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Hope wins …

Life can be tough and if you are in the middle of something hard right now, I’m so sorry. Pain of any kind sucks! Sometimes it’s hard to have any hope and it seems impossible to think of brighter days.  I’ve been there – felt that.  Accident in California on…

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Why do you do that?

“The reason you have a front lawn?” “It’s a tradition.” “Lawns were invented as a way for the landed gentry to demonstrate that they could afford to waste land. By taking the land away from the grazing sheep, they were sending a message to their neighbors. We’re rich, we can…

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