Lipoma Surgery

Lipoma Surger
Tracy / December 28, 2017

And it is gone. (I still feel like I should have given it some kind of name…it has been with me for so many years!) It’s been a long couple of days for me. About 15 years ago, I developed a lipoma right across the middle of my back. (It was a little closer to the right side than the…

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We’re Off to Tennessee!

Last week, found us in Tennessee! Paul had a work event planned for Blountsville. That is quite a drive! So close in fact, that we found ourselves accidentally crossing over into Virginia at one time. I’m always thankful for the quiet time during the day while he works. This time, I worked on some book reviews I needed to finish.…

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ETHAN Project- Week 2- Share the VIEW

Last week’s ETHAN Project challenge was to find time to make some new friends or reconnect with old friends. I enjoyed reading your stories, and I hope it inspired you to make time for your friends. I’ve had the most fun with this project. Our summer is off to a fantastic start and only a couple of weeks in, we…

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The ETHAN Project- Week 1

I asked this morning on Facebook if there are friends from childhood you wish you could find again. Christy R., was my childhood friend. We went through a few grades together. She spent some time at my house and I spent lots of time with her. I was always amazed at her big, Italian family. I remember her mom brushing…

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Texas 2015 (Part 3- Fort Worth/Dallas)

Texas is beautiful.   (Paul and I eating at an Italian diner and watching the rain fall across from our hotel.) The wildflowers are blooming. The bluebonnets especially, have come to life- they are magnificent. Our last stop on our Texas trip was Fort Worth. The very best thing I did when arriving in Fort Worth was walk to the…

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The Aroma of My Heart

I’ve been taken with our roses lately. I find myself lingering over them- dreaming of a time when the entire rose bed might be full of blooms, watching the bees buzz as they do their daily work while we enjoy the fruits of their labor. I cut several stems a few nights back. They are arranged in vases on the…

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Tracy’s Personal Reading List- 2012

Tracy / January 12, 2013

Devotions, Advice & Renewal for Motherhood Feels Too Hard: Devotions, Advice & Renewal for Weary Moms –DONE! How to Write a Book Proposal Rekindling the Romance: Loving the Love of Your Life Leadership as an Identity: The Four Traits of Those Who Wield Lasting Influence The Referral Engine: Teaching Your Business to Market Itself The Simplicity of Homeschooling: Discover the…

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Guitar Chords

Tracy / December 3, 2011

“We’ve”, gotten the idea that mama (me), can learn to play a song for Christmas on Joshua’s guitar. I’ve been looking over several tutorials for information, but these videos seem to be my best help at the moment:

My Birthday Gifts….

Tracy / September 26, 2011

My birthday was a month back, but I did receive a couple of gifts I wanted to share with some ladies that visit here: –The coffee mug (OK, I don’t really drink coffee…but I’m a BIG fan of hot cocoa!), my dear hubby had made for me –My new T-shirt, compliments of my dear friend, Jan!! I know a lot…

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Tracy / October 3, 2006

Good morning! I hope that your day has started out well and you are accomplishing all that you have set out to finish today. We actually started our day a little later than usual. Our day yesterday and night, last night was filled (to overflowing) by a broken dishwasher and then a broken pipe under the sink. I’m so thankful…

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