Toes Under the Lawnmower?

“I feel like such a temporary person in everybody’s life,” posted a friend this morning. “Not everybody”, someone else replied, “Just someone.” Dear Sweet Girl, I’m sorry to learn that you’re disappointed in your relationships today. I want you to hang on. Use what you learned with this one to do it differently the next […]

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Shameless!

Me time in the morning. I love it. I sit with a good cup of coffee and follow my mind wherever it wants to go. This morning I’m thinking about shame and its effects on my life when muffled from the backyard, I hear the Professor yelling loudly at our Border Collie, Tex. “Bad dog! […]

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How Much Worse?

If there’s a single word that describes 2020, it’s chaos. Reading from Tozer’s excellent book, “The Pursuit of God”, this morning: “…The Word of God is quick and powerful. In the beginning He spoke to nothing, and it became something. Chaos heard it and became order, darkness heard it and became light. “And God said—and […]

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OK, Sonny. It’s a Very Nice Place (revisited)

It seems a long time ago I went back to Winnemucca, but it was actually last July, a week before COVID hit my house and my forward momentum came to a crashing halt for a time. The Professor is recovered and I’m back on my road, focusing on what will be. – Teri The walls […]

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What’s Next? Don’t go There

Just when we thought things couldn’t get any worse, the Professor went to the dermatologist last week. If you’ve been following our posts, you know that he had a rough go with COVID-19 last month. You all prayed and thankfully, he recovered. After that, I thought we’d met our quota of bad juju, but no. […]

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