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    We survived Sandy.

    Hi! We’re okay! Yay! Thanks to those who were concerned and prayed. We really appreciate it. Here’s a rundown of how this week went: Sunday: While the sky remained ominous all day,…

  • Surviving Sandy

    The following are a few pictures I took following the hurricane.   Outside a home in Roselle, NJ.     Trepidation, but no tears.    Thank you, David. There’s nothing like paper…

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    All Souls & Sandy

    Today is All Soul’s Day and according to the Anglican Communion, “is a twin feast of All Saints’s Day. It has been observed in the Eastern Church from very early times and…

  • A Christ-Centered Proposal

       Picture, my own.     Awww! Congrats to the happy couple! May God bless! H/T: April at Breath of Life Daily.   A Christ-Centered Surprise Proposal That You Will Absolutely Love!…

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    Hurricane Sandy & Election Day

      Haha! Love this guy! The Colbert Report Get More: Colbert Report Full Episodes,Political Humor & Satire Blog,Video Archive

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    Clark Kent, Blogger

     (Mashable) I suppose it was bound to happen. Clark Kent, AKA Superman, has left his long time job as a Daily Planet reporter. From Mashable: According to USA Today, he doesn’t go…

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    The Crisis of Blue

    Poor Beth Cox. She’s suffering a severe crisis of sorts, and it began on Election Night. Like so many other vehement Romney supporters, she cannot fathom what went wrong. From The Washington…

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    My E-addiction

    On the ride down the Turnpike to my neurologist’s office last week, K, who was driving, suddenly turned to me and grabbed my iPhone out my hand. I looked up surprised and…

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    The Pleasure Principle

       I took this in November 2011 at Memorial Park, Linden, NJ.   “Happiness is not a goal, it is a by-product. Paradoxically, the one sure way not to be happy is…

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    Her Story: I Went on a Missions Trip to India

    I’ve known Cecelia Christmas for over a decade. We met when we worked as Teacher’s Aides at the childcare center on our college campus. She’s always been positive, warm, adventurous and sincere…