Monthly Archives: August 2016

More on full timing

As promised, I’m sending the next two days devotional material. When do we leave? Bible reading: Matt. 4:19-20 We had questions with no answers, problems to be solved. We owned a house on a busy thoroughfare. We had tried unsuccessfully … Continue reading

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Full time reasoning

When we first retired, my friend Karen suggested that I really should write a series of devotional readings forĀ Fruit of the Vine, a Friends church booklet published quarterly. I wasn’t sure I had anything to say but a couple of … Continue reading

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What season is this?

This past week, our high temperatures have been in the 50s more times than we would like and today, we watched a storm that turned Pikes Peak white down to timberline! I’m thinking it’s about time to head for a … Continue reading

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Man (and woman) at work

In a blog in early June, I wrote about nearly getting stuck in the driveway of our acre. The car wasn’t hooked up yet when the ruts came to be and in the rocking back and forth, LeRoy backed into … Continue reading

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BIG gap!

Due to several things, it’s been a while since I’ve had pictures for a blog and I tend to think no one wants to know about our day to day activities. Now I can catch up on our time with … Continue reading

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