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Thirty Days of Thankful – Days 29 and 30

Thankful for the mystery of the past and how it shaped the present. Thankful for what the future holds. Thankful for old friends and new ones. Thankful for it all. Every last bit if it! And how God uses it … Continue reading

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Thirty Days of Thankful – Day 15

I am thankful today for eating lunch at school with Canon. I am thankful that when he saw me he gave me a huge smile and wanted me to hold his hand all the way to the lunchroom. I am … Continue reading

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Thirty Days of Thankful – Day 14

As I listen to my oldest child tell the stories of her first youth group retreat, I remember fondly my days at VHBC. A member of their youth group from 7th grade until 12th grade, I have many good memories … Continue reading

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Thirty Days of Thankful – Day 13

So thankful for my Facebook and the friends I’ve had a chance to reconnect with as grown ups! My life is so much richer b/c of them. Being invited to see the Auburn homecoming game last Saturday and the Styx … Continue reading

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Thirty Days of Thankful – Days 11 and 12

Today I am thankful for I-65 south which is taking me out of town with my man.

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Thirty Days of Thankful – Day 8

My extended family has been blessed by four feet this year – we welcomed Nathaniel Hiller Smith on August 27th, 2010 and most recently Patrick Inman Moore on November 8th, 2010. Nathan is my nephew and is the star of … Continue reading

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Thirty Days of Thankful – Day 7

Very thankful for being a part of such a generous church, which celebrated our 2 year anniversary just yesterday. Lots of good teaching, good relationships and maturity and growth are what I’m most thankful for – but we sure know … Continue reading

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Thirty Days of Thankful – Day 3

So thankful today for my sweet little Indian brave, “Blue Fish”, and for his fascination of teepees, wigwams and arrowheads. For his tender heart, his ukulele and his genuine desire to save the earth and all the people and animals … Continue reading

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Thirty Days of Thankful – Day 2

As we watch election returns on another Tuesday evening in November, I am grateful for the opportunity I have to vote. I turned 18 the summer of 1990 and since then I have cast many votes, worked on a campaign … Continue reading

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Thirty Days of Thankful – Day One

Creating a spirit of thankfulness… I am so thankful for the Christian marriage of my parents, 42 years ago today on 11/1/68. Through their union they brought forth 3 daughters and several years later, 3 grandchildren. To be connected to … Continue reading

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Good Things About February

sooooo, I haven’t blogged in so long I thought I would post one that I wrote a few months ago. In February.  February 26th, 2010 to be exact.  At 9:18 in the morning.  I will post it *as is*; I … Continue reading

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Shelley’s Day at the Masters

Originally written on April 10th of last year, here are my thoughts on spending a day at Augusta National. This was day one of the Masters Golf Tourney, 2009. I never got around to posting it…well…for a lot of reasons…I … Continue reading

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Birthday Week

I think most of us would agree that birthdays don’t just last a “day” anymore. Don’t we all celebrate at least 2 or 3 times, maybe more? Between friends, family, work, school, whatever the case may be… there are usual … Continue reading

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15 years ago

I was on my honeymoon! We stayed on the “clothing optional” side of the beach. And… the hotel staff went on strike about 3 days into it. Management had to wait tables, etc. and they gave us 3 free nights … Continue reading

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A Bug’s Life (shelley style)

One day a cricket was minding his own business. The life of a cricket is pretty routine…chirping, eating, chirping, trying not to get eaten, chirping… But this day was different. Someone needed to feed some lizards back at the pet … Continue reading

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A Dead Battery When You’ve Already Saved

So I’m at Publix today, trying to figure out if the www.southernsavers.com has any help to offer me in the way of saving $$$. A friend of mine asked me about this type of thing in December, she asked me … Continue reading

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02 of 10

It’s been an exciting start to the month of February around the Shaw house!  We began 02/1 0 with my melanoma removal at St. Vincent’s Outpatient Surgery Center on Monday.  That is not a fun way to start the week.  Now, … Continue reading

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WDW, Then and Now

Mike’s parents gave the gift of Walt Disney World for Christmas!  Except we are here for New Years 2010!  ¡Felíz año nuevo! The first time I EVER came to Disney World was in a modified “woody” buick station wagon that … Continue reading

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A Decade of Swapping Some Christmas Cookies

Christmas Cookie Swap #10 happened at approximately 14:00 hours today.  From here on out we’ll take it up a notch around here and there will be more excitement than usual!  Our cookie swap means Christmas Eve is usually within 24-48 … Continue reading

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Once Upon a Time

There was a wardrobe. And whenever Shelley felt like it she could jump in it and escape. Into a world which was much different than the “real” one she found herself in.  (ended with a preposition, can’t help it).  She … Continue reading

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H. Gordon “Mitch” Mitchell

As I sit here among sympathy cards, too many to count messages in my inbox and beautiful flower arrangements it is still hard for me to grasp the fact that my dad is at his final resting place on this … Continue reading

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August 24, 2009

I found the missing piece. Please click here.

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Happy Birthday Canon!

Today he is officially 5 years old.  I can’t decide whether to laugh or cry! Yesterday I got out my boxes of keepsakes that I put together around the time each of my children were born.  There were so many … Continue reading

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June 7, June 23 and July 26

6-7-89.  I always thought that was so cool to have a birthday with consecutive numbers like that.  That birthday belongs to Kelsey.  The summer I turned 17 also brought with it my youngest sister.  She’s in college, a sophomore at … Continue reading

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Mid Summer Report

We’ve been busy. We’ve been lots of places and done lots of things. When we aren’t on the go, we’re eating, watching TV, having friends over, or playing our gameboys. Sleep is in there somewhere. More so for sister than … Continue reading

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What Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Shelley Shaw Have In Common

This is a stretch. But here we go… We’re moms. We both have great husbands. She does have a spot on a major TV talk show, which, if given the opportunity, I’d do the same in a New York minute. … Continue reading

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The Value of Things Not Sought For

ser·en·dip·i·ty Function: noun : the faculty or phenomenon of finding valuable or agreeable things not sought for ; 1. The faculty of making fortunate discoveries by accident. 2. The fact or occurrence of such discoveries. 3. An instance of making … Continue reading

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The Blessing of Field Trips

Yesterday I had the opportunity to go on a field trip with Canon’s class… I say it was an opportunity because it truly is just that, an opportunity, a chance. So many field trips I’ve been on and I don’t … Continue reading

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First Real Paycheck

I just found the stub to my first real paycheck from 1994. You know, the one you get after you graduate from college and are off of mom and dad’s payroll. Of course, I am certain there were still some … Continue reading

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Today

We went to an unexpected funeral today. I say that because now-a-days you can sometimes know “how long” you’ve got. Me and Mike decided that would be the best way… having the time to say what needs to be said … Continue reading

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Random Saturday Morning Thoughts

These thoughts are from my life this past week. I am going to do this as fast as possible. Ready, set, GO!!!! 1) I saw Slumdog Millionaire last night. It was so original, definitely the best movie I’ve seen in … Continue reading

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T-minus 4 weeks and counting…

Some time last week Melodi was complaining about everything she didn’t want to do. We had all been making our lists on Facebook and I had a brainstorm…“Melodi, write down all the things you ARE looking forward to!” She said, … Continue reading

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Yes, I’m Their Mother

Today is really not chaotic. However, I did not have my chance to blog until now. So, my blogging attempt is becoming chaotic because my children are so darn entertaining. Any real deep thoughts will be written later. Now, you … Continue reading

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Transparency

I’m talking about being free from pretense or deceit. Open. Frank. Candid. That’s what transparency means to me. When you read this blog, you will get nothing less than the transparent thoughts of my mind. Isn’t that just exciting?!? For … Continue reading

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The Heart of (economic crisis) Dixie

Mountain Brook made this list. I don’t spend much of my day thinking about this kind of stuff.  But when I see Alabama come up in two separate articles regarding this economic crisis I have to take notice. CC2: Robert … Continue reading

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What do you suppose?

A chicken?  On Lorna Road? sustantivo 1. Polluelo o pollo; gallina (hen); pollo (as generic term). To play chicken -> jugar a ver quién es más gallito Don’t count your chickens (before they’re hatched) -> no cantes victoria antes de … Continue reading

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Remembering

Melodi was 2 years old and I was taking her to mother’s day out. At the time, I was coordinating aerobics schedules and teaching about half a dozen classes weekly in addition to choreographing majorette half time shows. Needless to … Continue reading

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Remembering

Melodi was 2 years old and I was taking her to mother’s day out.  At the time, I was coordinating aerobics schedules and teaching about half a dozen classes weekly in addition to choreographing majorette half time shows.  Needless to … Continue reading

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Michelle Obama’s Prepared Remarks

Here they are. And while I would love to say that the same hope he gave to the streets of Chicago is exactly what this nation needs I would be buying into the rhetoric their party is famous for.  Has … Continue reading

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Surfing Is Believing

Over the last hour I have stumbled across three stories that have put me in an official BAD MOOD. First of all, I have had trouble with my iphone too.  But to go to this extreme, well, it’s just extreme. … Continue reading

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How do you say Milli Vanilli in Chinese?

Apparently, this is how. You know, if you are chubby-faced with crooked teeth and can sing opera in America you might get your own reality show.  And I thought we were imaged-obsessed!  The article states, “The country’s quest for perfection … Continue reading

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My Earth Suit

I’m home from the dermatologist where I had a basal cell carcinoma removed today.  Yes, that would be skin cancer. Really, this is the “mildest” form, the least aggressive… it’s only a small sore which wouldn’t heal, on my right … Continue reading

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That Naked Nirvana Baby Is All Grown Up

I love this article from www.npr.org… but I especially love what this kid really had to say: These days, Elden says, his peers concentrate on “playing Rock Band on Xbox, like, that’s not a real band! That’s the difference between … Continue reading

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Family Fun Pack

So we’ve hit the point in the summer where I’ve enrolled the kids in just about any camp I can afford.  Which means we are in the car quite a bit driving to and fro.  I am an avid radio … Continue reading

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The Room Mike Built

I am so proud!  Mike is completing the basement and built this room from scratch.  It’s kind of like the story about the fish and loaves.   Except there were credit cards involved.  And the economic stimulus package. Honestly, it is … Continue reading

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Brilliant

We might be living in our generation’s worst economic mess but honestly, as a former advertising account executive I would so do this… I would just have to pass the extensive background check and defensive driving class and it would … Continue reading

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Here we are, there we go

I have only been to two highschool graduations. Tonight will be my third. My first was my very own. It was May of 1990. The reason that’s significant is because somewhere there is a polaroid pic of me in my … Continue reading

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Stick a Fork in Me

I’m done. Not sure what I’m done with but I am definitely done with something.  I’m watching King Kong right now and the guy just said, “I’m an actor with a gun who has lost his motivation.”  I can relate.  … Continue reading

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I love this!

Glass Slipper (taken from the WBRC-6 website, www.myfoxal.com) Do you — or someone you know — have formal wear just hanging in the closet? You can donate it to the “Glass Slipper” project. It provides underprivileged students from the area … Continue reading

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Birthday Blogging

I just got back from my daughter’s school where I had the wonderful opportunity to share an April Fool’s joke. Yes, I am an opportunist and birthdays are no exception! So, after getting strict directives from my little project manager … Continue reading

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No cream or sugar here!

thanks to Sherry over at Party of Five for this highly scientific test. I am between delusions of Godhood and near death… and really, I do take it black. Very black.

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Yesterday

Somewhere between Easter and two important April birthdays is my wedding anniversary.  It was yesterday and we found a few stolen moments among the current demands at work and home.  Along with lots of great memories of the last 13 … Continue reading

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Today

Today I saw a Christmas tree still displayed in someone’s front window.   This was on a nice street with a good zip code… among the blooming azaleas and dogwoods there it was… a fully decorated tree. Sort of made me … Continue reading

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Shout Out

To my good friend Shannon Johnson. She started a blog and is on a roll! Way to go girl! It is lots of fun to read and she is always my “go to” person when I’ve got parenting questions. She … Continue reading

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If this is my worst offense

Then bring it on! Main Entry: eth·ic Pronunciation: \ˈe-thik\ Function: noun Etymology: Middle English ethik, from Middle French ethique, from Latin ethice, from Greek ēthikē, from ēthikos Date: 14th century 1plural but sing or plural in constr : the discipline … Continue reading

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January Gut Check

Courage is not the absence of fear; it is the willingness to do what needs to be done. -Cecilia Stoll, National Vice President and Top Ten Income Earner in Arbonne International and on that note… Always do right – this … Continue reading

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The second week of December

12 loads of laundry, 11 bils to pay, 10 days til Christmas, 9 baby gerbils, 8 trips to the grocery store, 7 birthday parties, 6 doctors appointment, 5 pounds gained, 4 batches of fudge, 3 visits to Target, 2 precious … Continue reading

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Pecan Pie

I am eating it for breakfast because I had no excuse not to. Now I just have to fit in some exercise before I eat my second piece. At least I am wearing these shoes: http://footwearetc.com/mbt/?gclid=CJ3OhYPDpZACFQiaPAodhSoA9Q I can vouch for … Continue reading

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No EXQS

This was what I saw on the back of a car a few minutes ago. It has been said an excuse is a well planned lie. If that is the case, then I’m in trouble with the 9th commandment. Circumstances … Continue reading

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Ants in My Pants

Not really, but they are in my kitchen. This has happened before but today it was true army. A force to be reckoned with. The day got started bright and early as Canon is the only morning person in our … Continue reading

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The Elmo Factor

Elmo was interviewed on ‘The View’ this morning. Which reminded me of something. Over the summer we watched Elmo’s interview on Larry King. What is so absolutely crazy about this is the voice of Elmo is not who you would … Continue reading

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The 80/20 Rule (revised)

Known as the Pareto Principle this rule applies to so much of life it should be taught in kindergarten. Please note the following case scenarios, I made them up so they aren’t “textbook” quality, just a day to day look … Continue reading

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Wrecking Balm

Last night we watched the Ultimate Fighting Champion reality show while also watching The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleading reality show. All of this was accomplished by using the picture in picture on the lower right hand of the screen. That is … Continue reading

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Sunday Morning Date Night

While I was busy doing the hurry up or we’ll be late routine this morning I asked Mike if he could take me on a date to Starbucks on the way to church. He said, “sure, but what about the … Continue reading

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BDR529

Typical night at the Shaw house: Singing, dancing and watching the Blues Brothers. Melodi was intent on “giving a concert” when brother went to bed and she started with a stellar version of ’9 to 5′ by none other than … Continue reading

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Doctor, Doctor

Going to the dermatologist for me is a lot like going to the dentist for the rest of the world. Some people honestly can’t stand those twice yearly dental checkups or any work done in their mouth… for me, going … Continue reading

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Birthday Bliss

It’s pretty crazy when your metabolism starts dictating what you want for your birthday. Honestly, we could’ve been in the best jewelry store in Nevada and I still would have wanted to eat $200 worth of Italian food for my … Continue reading

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Late Night with Shelley Shaw

Sorry I have neglected my blogging as of late.  I’ve had some stuff to share but my mental energy has been spent on entertaining two children.  School starts in 3 and a half weeks… maybe you’ll start hearing more from … Continue reading

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Land of the Free

This Independence Day has much more significance because one of my very own family members is active in the US Air Force. Uncle Tim left just a few short weeks ago to complete a tour of duty in the Middle … Continue reading

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Just what you always needed to know

I saw another blogger post her responses to an email survey… you know, the kind of chain email that someone sends you and wants you to send back to them and also to 5 other people (really, it is just … Continue reading

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Hold Your Horses!

We’ve been experiencing drought conditions here in Alabama for weeks now. In the last two days I have finally seen some much needed downpours. We got in the middle of one at the stables yesterday. Yesterday’s horseback riding lesson was … Continue reading

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Thompson Reynolds Stadium

It could be renamed Mitchell Shaw Stadium. It was there that I started falling in love with my man, Mike. He marched the bass drum our senior year in highschool. If the grass had not been recently covered in astroturf … Continue reading

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Where is your umbrella?

I was reminded this week of a “modern day” parable story. You may recall the one where the old country church folks of days gone by would meet and pray for rain after a long dry spell. We were mostly … Continue reading

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The Color Purple

We ate at Melodi’s favorite restaurant a couple of days ago and came home with fortune cookies in the take out bag. She got excited, realizing there was still part of the meal waiting to be enjoyed and unwrapped her … Continue reading

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Singing Songs of Praise Today

Blessed be the LORD because He has heard the voice of my supplications! The LORD is my strength and my shield; My heart trusted in Him, and I am helped; therefore my heart greatly rejoices, and with my song I … Continue reading

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Iron Sharpening Iron

A little over a year ago Mike sent me a link to the Johari window. The Johari Window was invented by Joseph Luft and Harrington Ingham in the 1950s as a model for mapping personality awareness. By describing yourself from … Continue reading

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J32V27

I spend a great amount of time in the car. It did not strike me as odd that one way I would hear from God would be through license plates. I am constantly seeing them in front of me, I … Continue reading

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What Snack Foods Can Teach Us

I bought a bag of Golden Flake corn chips and there is a huge sticker on the front that says, “National Corn Chip Month.” What kind of culture have we created that gives snack foods their own month? Wait… there … Continue reading

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The Real Deal

You know, when your second grader is “schooling you” in the blogosphere, it’s time to write. Go to www.sassythecat.net to see more anecdotes on the Shaw household. There’s not much censorship when it comes to 8 year olds blogging so … Continue reading

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Antibiotic Soup

The Lord is good it to me, And so I thank the Lord! For giving me the things I need, The z-pack, the flagyl and the levaquin. Oh the Lord is good to me… A-men

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Valentine’s Day

I was going to “blog” about Valentine’s Days gone by but it occured to me that today is the best Valentine’s Day ever. For many reasons but the main one is this: I am living in the moment, not in … Continue reading

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A Day In The Life

A day late and a dollar short has been my way of life in 2006. Not on purpose, it has just sort of happened that way, so I wasn’t surprised at lunch today when I realized exactly where my brain … Continue reading

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The Other Side of Oz

After listening to Christmas music half the day on old-fashioned FM radio, (and why was that even an option considering Christmas is over a month away???), various country music songs, Rick and Bubba’s commentary on society and some breaking news … Continue reading

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God Simply Speaks

Last week I had a car beside me at a red light with this on the license plate: dilgnce. If I added two vowels I saw the word, diligence. The reason this spoke to me is because one of the … Continue reading

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I Want My MTV

So it is a quiet Wednesday night and I have nothing to do. Actually, I have a million things to do but I am chosing not to do them. And what do we red-blooded Americans do when we make this … Continue reading

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January 29, 1989

This doesn’t happen often and I’m almost paralyzed in my amazement but also prompted to write about His lovingkindness that knows no end. I was studying 1 Corinthians 12:4 on this particular day; I marked my Bible everywhere back then … Continue reading

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USS Shaw

We had our last hurrah for the summer, a trip to the beach before meeting the new second grade teacher tomorrow. And yes, we are the kind of parents that drag our children to historical monuments and museums and our … Continue reading

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Out with the Old, In with the New

Today a really good thing happened. I got a new washing machine and dryer. The previous pair was a hand-me-over from my Mom and Dad, we think it was pushing 18 years. The set was very dependable, they washed and … Continue reading

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Motherhood 101

I think I missed this class. Maybe taking 6 weeks of home-ec in 6th grade just wasn’t enough. I had other things to do, places to go, friends to see… even still you could take an entire home economics class … Continue reading

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Permanent Vacation

When I was a little girl I’m not sure that the manicurist business was as “necessary” as it is today. I mean, have you ever seen such elaborate decorations on human hands (or toes?) It’s a major accessory. And really … Continue reading

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Growing Up Sassy

So, Melodi came into the world knowing how to talk. She very soon learned the art of imaginary friends, to be honest, she couldn’t have been more than two and a half when Sassy came on the scene. In fact, … Continue reading

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Life’s A Beach

At this point in my life I have been to the beach as a follower far more times than I have been the leader on the way to the beach. I mean, your parents, youth group, high school band trip, … Continue reading

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Two Birthdays, One Anniversary and A Funeral

By 7pm tonight all I really wanted to do was stare at one blank spot on a big white wall. Alone. In the quiet of nothingness. Maybe this computer screen counts? Don’t I wish! In the past four weeks we’ve … Continue reading

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Right Time, Wrong Panera Bread

I knew after posting my comments last night on early morning time with God that this Tuesday would set itself apart from the rest, meaning, if I did manage to get up early just really how would that affect my … Continue reading

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