Monthly Archives: October 2019

Hard of Hearing or Hardheadedness?

Did you ever attempt to have a conversation with someone who appeared to be hard of hearing? You’d say one word and he’d think you said another one? He’d get mixed up with what you were trying to say and … Continue reading

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‘It’s a G-G-G-Ghost!’

Remember the old cartoon shows—you know, the ones where the character sees something so scary that his eyes bug out, hair stands on end, with mouth agape, tongue sticking out, while making a loud shriek? We laugh out loud, don’t … Continue reading

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Making Sense Through Our Senses

One of the elementary lessons we learn in science class is that humans have five basic senses: seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting, and touch. Believers attribute these senses as gifts from the one true God, our Creator. For example, “The hearing ear … Continue reading

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‘Happy Trails to You’

When I was a kid growing up in the 50’s and 60’s one of my favorite programs was The Roy Rogers Show. This action-packed TV Western series, popular among kids, was set in the traditional style of cowboy and cowgirl … Continue reading

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Turning the Other Beak

My wife and I have a blue bird feeder shaped like a house hanging just outside our living room window. In fact, I can see it very well from my recliner as I’m seated right next to the window. All … Continue reading

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