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Travel Mercies


When you take a month-long journey in your car or truck, there are bound to be experiences that happen when driving where you see the hand of God guiding and protecting you.  I wrote about the first experience we had … Continue reading

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Texas Fritter


This last Sunday was Mother’s Day and we happened to be in Seattle, Washington celebrating Tyler’s college graduation the previous day.  On Sunday we went down to Pike Market in downtown Seattle to get a taste of Northwest Pacific flair … Continue reading

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Testing!! Testing!!


It’s been a long time since I have been on my jlog (Jim’s Log) and I want to say, “Can you hear me now.”  It feels good to get back into writing, although I haven’t written anything except what you … Continue reading

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Simple Pleasures Part VI: Look Up


Colorado has some of the bluest skies I have ever seen and it brought back memories of growing up with those blue skies.  It also had white putty clouds that as a child I would look at during the day. … Continue reading

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Simple Pleasures Part V: Tastes Remembered


Have you ever taken a bite out of something and instantly feel that you are transported back in time to an earlier place with the exact taste emanating from your mouth?  I had one of those experiences the other day … Continue reading

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PAIN Part III: Seeking Wise Counsel


Almost immediately, she (Nadine) got on the phone with a trusted friend and asked for a doctoral referral.  Within a matter of minutes she came back from her office and had a name and phone number of an internist.  I … Continue reading

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Surprise in the Canyon


While we were in New Mexico, we decided to investigate the Rio Grande Gorge bridge.  The scenery around Taos, NM is filled with sagebrush.  Miles and miles of sagebrush.  The landscape is flat with–have I said it–sagebrush.  But outside of … Continue reading

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