Walking In Honor Of Life

I love success stories. Here’s one:   It started out a little drizzly, but raindrops didn’t dampen the enthusiasm of 220 walkers who took part in the Women’s Pregnancy Center’s Walk for Life last Saturday (May 22) in downtown Grand Forks. You may recall reading about this event after it was posted here on May…
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Orchestras In The Air

I just figured out something. I know why we have such long and cold winters in these parts. It’s to make us appreciate springtime all the more.   People around here always are friendly, but even more so when the temperatures are balmy. Lately my two most lovely encounters have been at the gas pump…
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Bloom Where You’re Planted

The garden is in. Every seed gently deposited in a little furrow with tender loving care by my green garden-gloved hands. Now I can only hope that everything blooms where it was planted. That thought takes me back to Monday evening and the delightful few hours I spent in Hallock, Minn.   I was invited…
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Poem Worked!

I think my poem of last week worked, you know the one that began, "rain rain go away, we’ll need you later, but not today . . . because the rain did stop. Talk about unbelievable weather, right? The garden at my friend’s house has been tilled by Joe, her son-in-law, and tonight I’m over there starting to…
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They’re Gonna Do Great Things!

We had high school senior recognition at my church today – ten young men and women winding up one season of life and preparing to embark on the next. World – listen up! These are bright and beautiful people who have much to offer you. Treat them kindly for they will do amazing things with…
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