Archive | August, 2010

Cancer Update

I’ve been waiting weeks for the lab results concerning the thyroid cancer discovered in January 2010 – my third occurance in five years.  (I had a surgery June 05 to remove cancerous thyroid and lymph nodes and had my second surgery April 09 to remove two small cancerous tumors.) In February , after weeks of preparation,  my body rejected radio-active […]

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MM Meditation – Victors or Victims

The following is a quote from A.W. Tozer. “If Satan opposes the new convert he opposes still more bitterly the Christian who is pressing on toward a higher life in Christ. The Spirit-filled life is not, as many suppose, a life of peace and quiet pleasure. It is likely to be something quite the opposite. […]

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Prairie Path

If you missed the first day of the Prairie Journey, please read Prairie Petals. ******** Nine miles north, three miles east. I traveled this path to my North Dakota home on the Olson farmstead thousands of times during high school. Yes, my family bought the ten acre farmstead, complete with barn, house, chicken coop and granary, […]

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Prairie Petals

I was blessed this summer to travel back to North Dakota with my youngest daughter, Rebekah.  I was born in ND, but my family moved to Montana shortly after, and I didn’t return again until 8th grade.  High school was a painful experience and after Graduation, I knew I would never live in my hometown […]

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Come Unto Me

The following though was written October 27, 2006, when my youngest daughter was only 4 years old. ********** Matthew 11:28-30 Come unto me,  all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and […]

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Conquering Mount Washmore

Laundry. It’s about the last thing most women want to be doing on a sunny day, or even a rainy day, or any day. I have some strange genetic disorder, I like doing laundry. OK, I think I love doing laundry. There is something about that satisfaction of seeing and smelling fresh clothes that motivates […]

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