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Debra Unruh @fairhaven7 (United States)
Our family has always been very open with one another. My grandchildren and I have discussed topics ranging from quot;What part does a harlot like Rahab play in the genealogy of Christ?quot; to, quot;What will be happening during the... read more
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Around here, we have an abundance of robins. They are my favorite bird only second to the Chickadee. While watching a Robin today perch herself on top of our roof (our house is L shaped, so I can see the roof from our study), I noticed a few things... read more
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Debra Unruh @fairhaven7 (United States)
I just don39;t know it is such a puzzle. I get older, eat less and gain more weight. Something is wrong with this picture! Wasn39;t it just yesterday I was bouncing around life39;s everyday duties with no concern about eating a few extra... read more
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Do most of you feel that we are facing the end times? I do. My sister has started a bible study for our extended family. Part of the reason is because we don39;t just quot;feelquot; that we are looking at the end of time, but that we are crossing... read more
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Debra Unruh @fairhaven7 (United States)
For a Monday, it has begun well. The chiropractor has crunched what needed to be crunched, most of the dishes are now clean and put away, my calls all returned. It was while I was washing dishes that I heard it. That familiar, precious voice that... read more
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Debra Unruh @fairhaven7 (United States)
I want to thank those of you blogging. I love the CB family because I receive so many insightful perspectives from all of you. I want to encourage you to please continue blogging. It amazes me how often something will encourage or convict me on a... read more
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(I have been blogging to family members for some time now, and a few times I have pasted the same blog into this forum hence the references to our names and the rather personal inferences). I walked, deep within my own thoughts, to mom39;s house read more
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Debra Unruh @fairhaven7 (United States)
I enter the world from my mother39;s womb screaming and yelling. I have needs that must be met, eating and keeping clean is paramount. What is worse, someone must do it for me as I am too helpless to know what to do. But I have ways of letting my... read more
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Raising two girls was not always easy because I had to convince them the dinners they ate were yummy. Merle and I were basically always on the same page when it came to food, which meant that we enjoyed almost everything we ate. Of course, there were... read more
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Debra Unruh @fairhaven7 (United States)
Ah, love! What an interesting concept God had. To create man and give him the ability to experience the very essence of what the Creator is all about. Because of Jesus, we can love with a love so divine and pure that the only way to understand it is... read more
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Debra Unruh @fairhaven7 (United States)
Backaches. Eye strain. Brain busters. Nervous sweaty palms. Finger jogging. All adjectives for anyone who is an online student. The computer has become a third appendage, a clumsy third arm. I take my laptop where ever I go because I have to be... read more
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Does anyone out there have a penchant for dreams? I can39;t remember my first dream I am sure it was probably when I was a baby my mom said it was gas, but I think as much as I dream, I had to have started young. I do remember later on after my... read more
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I don39;t know when I started my reversed attachment disorder with pens, but I know I was a young girl when I started obsessing. Maybe it was because I grew up with lots of love and not much money so with the discovery that I could have a collection... read more
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Debra Unruh @fairhaven7 (United States)
Is there anyone out there going through this? I was so quot;upquot; a few days ago and now I am just so down. But then, I am wondering if this is just complicated by my circumstances no home for over a year, staying with my daughter and about to... read more
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I have already left on nonsensical blog tonight, so this will be brief in case I write another... My husband and I are parents of two adult children. Without going into a lot of detail, I was wondering if there are parents out there, christian... read more
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Yesterday, my husband and I celebrated our 30th wedding anniversary. 3 weeks before that I celebrated my 50 birthday. I had three parties for my birthday and one huge one for our anniversary. The question I have heard is, quot;are you loved, or... read more
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I didn39;t know this blog forum existed until tonight. It is such an important forum really because I think becoming healthy is an act of trust and faith in the Lord; depending on him for every ounce of discipline needed. I was about 50 pounds... read more
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It was 3 years ago in the wintertime in Montana. A few of my girlfriends and my daughter decided to go to the city to shop. We were undaunted by the icy roads because Tarshay (Target) always gets first billing in our shopping repatoire and Walmart... read more
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Debra Unruh @fairhaven7 (United States)
I was born with a bent to encourage others. I am not patting myself on the back or wanting kudos of any kind..in fact just like Corrie Ten Boom did, I want to give any credit, any glory and any praise to Jesus at the end of the day, just like a big... read more
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Debra Unruh @fairhaven7 (United States)
One of the most poignant times in my life was when I was helping to give care to my dad who was dying of a heart related illness. It was the first time I had ever experienced someone close to me die. My dad had always been strong, to me, a giant. He... read more
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Debra Unruh @fairhaven7 (United States)
Hello everyone, I am new here on this Christian forum and never having blogged before, I am so happy to be able to do so! A few things about me I have been married happily for almost 30 years and we are celebrating this September with an Alaskan... read more
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