Author Archives: Nancy

Fishing Fun – Kudos to the Crew of the Destiny

My family lives in a rural area and it suits us well. We enjoy outside activities that put us in fresh air and challenge our bodies. Particularly, boys need adventure in their lives and it can be difficult to find … Continue reading

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The Body of Christ: Faith in Action

This weekend and last weekend it was my privilege to experience a significant gift from God in answer to a prayer. When I saw the devastation and damage caused by the flooding in Louisiana, my heart broke for the residents. … Continue reading

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Are You Informed?

I don’t watch the news. ┬áIn fact, when I pass by a television set that is showing a news broadcast, I do my best to exit the venue as quickly as possible. And yet, I will contend that I am … Continue reading

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Coming Soon! Cybersafety Ebook

I haven’t been putting a lot of material up lately because I’ve been working on getting a book ready for publishing. Coming to an e-reader or computer or smartphone near you, Digital Safety for the Digitally Naive: Every User’s Guide … Continue reading

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The Argument Against Mass Surveillance

In response to the suggestion that if we have nothing to hide, we have nothing to fear, or, to put it another way, if we’re not doing anything wrong, we shouldn’t have a problem with government surveillance, I’d like to … Continue reading

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Please leave a comment below when you’ve gotten the photos; right-click on the link under each photo and select “save image as” or “save link as” Download The Kids here   Download The Grands here   Download Peaceful Spot here … Continue reading

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Orchestrated Divisiveness – Take Back Control of Your Thoughts

Synthesis Let’s address the elephant in the room: I’m a middle-aged white female, so the viewpoint is going to come from that angle. It’s also important that you know that I do not watch the news, and I’ll explain later … Continue reading

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Making My Coupons App Work With My Grocery List

I am waiting for someone to create an iPhone app that will allow my scanned coupons to work with my grocery list. I’d love to be able to select “lunch meat” and have the app tell me, “You have a … Continue reading

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The Pigeon

Something caught my eye this morning as I was going about my normal routine, a movement just outside my apartment window. I turned and saw a pigeon standing on his side of the ledge, peering at me through the glass. … Continue reading

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In a well-meaning article from MIT, a “living wage calculator” showed the difference between the current minimum wage in various states and the costs of living under different circumstances in the different counties in those states. The project was designed … Continue reading

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