Christmas Is!

They’d apparently been cooped up too long because a couple of our Christmas decorations were in the midst of a tiff when I took them down from the shelf. “No young folk ever look at you,” I heard the scarlet-mouthed poinsettia say to the mistletoe. “You’re dull and drab you know.” But the gray-eyed mistletoe…
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Thoughts From The Heart On Thanksgiving

Fall always has been my favorite season. It stems from growing up on a farm. I absolutely loved the night when the very first frost was predicted and the whole family would traipse to the garden with boxes and gunny sacks to gather the bounty so it wouldn’t perish from the cold. It was usually…
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Honor Flight Honoree Shares His Story

In Five Minutes, Abby Johnson’s Mindset Changed From Pro-Choice To Pro-Life

Only heaven knew why, back in 2009, Abby Johnson was called to the procedure room to assist in an ultrasound-guided abortion. As director of a Planned Parenthood Clinic in her home state of Texas, this hadn’t been part of her regular duties. Many women had asked and many had been told by Planned Parenthood personnel…
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Letters From Me

There we were sprawled on the living room carpet back home on the farm pouring over letters we had written that our mother had kept. My sister and me with our 90-year old Mom close at hand. Mom thought we might like to have the decades old letters back that we had written to her…
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