Tag Archives: humor

I Got Superpowers. Who Knew?

I’ve been preparing for my first overseas trip, February 22-March 5. Pretty exciting stuff! I’m going with a small group from the non-profit BESTWA, Inc, which exists to meet the most pressing needs and bring hope to the people of … Continue reading

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Ground Hog: Sausage, or Metaphor for Procrastination?

Did you see that old movie “Groundhog Day?” Bill Murray plays a TV weatherman sent to Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, to cover their celebration with the famous groundhog “Punxsutawney Phil.” But he gets stuck in some time loop, and lives February 2 … Continue reading

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Flattened by Overuse

Wait–No, I don’t mean a squished-down pillow or rug. I’m talking about overused words. See, lately I’ve heard myself saying “I love…” about practically everything. I love this song! I love your dress! I love that house! I love pizza! … Continue reading

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Baby Shoes, by Lynne Gentry

From Amazon: When the life you save is your own… Madison Harper is an uptight doctor on her way to international recognition. Parker Kemp is no longer the fun-loving cowboy Madison tried to ignore in high school. He’s a humanitarian … Continue reading

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FitBit Followup

I’m such a doofus. If you’ve been with me a while, you know I like to add photos to my posts… usually snapshots I’ve taken myself. Last time, I told you about wearing my FitBit around the grocery store, yet … Continue reading

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FitBit Follies

I’ve been using a FitBit for a few years now. It’s kind of fun to log my steps and try to hit the 10,000 mark every day. My current FitBit is the kind you wear on your wrist. Not only … Continue reading

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We Have Lost the Chihuahuas, by Paul Mathews

Howie Pond is at it again… whether he likes it or not. And he doesn’t. Now that he’s been released from his temporary assignment as a secret agent, you’d think he could go back to his own work as presidential … Continue reading

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