Loquacious Line

Loquacious Line

I still remember one distinct conversation with my sister in the kitchen when we were younger.  I think I was a young teenager but still was old enough to know better.  I was trying to convince her of something to her and probably was not letting the topic go (I tend to do that sometimes).  […]

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An Abundant Line of Provision

Due to a busy spring and the thought that maybe prices would go down on plants, we did not start our garden until early June.  (The cost was a faulty misconception – vegetables seemed expensive this year!)  We are just now beginning to see our tomatoes turn vibrant shade of red.  But this delay has […]

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(Please) Line Up at the Door

Many public and private schools across Nebraska are starting again today or tomorrow.  I like all of the back to school sales and the excitement of a new year.  But, with homeschooling, our days fluctuate a bit more, and we never completely stop school, so that first day is not quite as significant (although we […]

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Overcoming Line

Romans 8:37 “In all these things, we overwhelmingly conquer through Him who loved us.” I was not quite into my American Idol years when her powerful voice hit the stage.  (My husband & I managed to follow the show for a few years and liked watching the contestants – not often the “famous” singers performing […]

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That fluctuating line on the scale

One of the items that I inherited from my grandmother was her scale.  The “old-fashioned” kind where a black line waves at you as opposed to digital numbers staring back at you.  The kind where if you stood on one foot, the numbers changed.  And if you jumped up and down, the numbers went all […]

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Lines on a page and lines on a staff

I think I have always been a lover of books.  When I worked at a restaurant in high school, I would laugh when I saw younger girls reading their chapter books at the table – that was definitely me.  Still is, although I try not to read when my family is around.  At least not […]

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