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Christmas; A Radical Approach

Have your Christmas traditions become “Same old, same old”?  Is your holly not so jolly and you tinsel totally tarnished? The commercialization of Christmas has taken the day in a direction far from its original foundations. There’s a word for … Continue reading

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Autumn’s a Hoot!

As I peered into the dark woods, suddenly, silently, a huge Great Horned Owl appeared out of that darkness, flew directly at me, glided a few feet over my head and disappeared back into the cover of night – all before I could catch my breath. When they come close enough to hear the air moving over their wings, but you can’t see them, it’s amazing and terrifying at the same time! Continue reading

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Oh-Oh Christmas Tree

Whenever I cut a live Christmas tree, I remember an escapade from over 30 years ago when I was in the service.  We were all away from home and feeling a bit bummed-out.  Spray can snow and Christmas lights taped-up … Continue reading

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