She was next up to the mic. All excited. The Class of ’64 was graduating from Sevier County High School, in Sevierville, TN and, it being a small High School, everyone had a chance to tell the assembled audience of family friends and faculty what they were planning to ‘be’ when they left school. No…

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Makes sense when you think about it. You can’t microwave personal growth, it requires a slow cooker. Recently whenever I partake, I’ve taken to reheating pre-prepared dinners on the hob, in a pot, rather than in the microwave. And, do you know what? They taste better, chicken for example tender and moist rather than nuked…

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Are you carrying too much baggage for your journey? Well? Are you? I was reading a devotional I use, during the week and I came across something I thought worth reflecting on for myself and yourself. “A man on a march on earth carries only what he needs for that march.  Would you pity him…

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We’ve all seen it. Red background, white font, striking typeface, “KEEP CALM AND CARRY ON” in CAPS, and of course, the crown. Never gave it much thought until now to be honest. Then I stumbled across its history and it blew my mind. Roll back seventy five years this week and the Allied Forces stormed…

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