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A Reluctant Confession

Did you ever have a situation where you knew you were supposed to do something, but you really didn’t want to? Have you felt God impressing up on your heart to take a certain action, but instead of obeying you … Continue reading

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No More Denial

Her impish face was adorable. I so wanted to play this game she’d made up. “Hold these,” she chirped, and handed me three pine cones. I don’t even know where she got pine cones in Houston, Texas. I hadn’t seen … Continue reading

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Paint Chip Poetry Prompt #24

It’s week 24, almost halfway through the year of weekly prompts. Some weeks it’s been harder than others to get this posted. This is one of those weeks. You may have noticed this wasn’t up at 7:00 a.m. as usual. … Continue reading

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Paint Chip Poetry Prompt #23

Here we be, at week 23. I’m not feeling much like writing poetry today, but I suppose that’s when some of the best poetry is written. Today’s Challenge Today we are writing about BFFs or friends forever. Hopefully we’re all … Continue reading

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Paint Chip Poetry Prompt #22

Wooooohooooo! It’s week 22! And it’s my birthday too! Had to start with this poem just for you. Today’s Challenge I’m excited about our topic for today. We are writing about our dream job. I don’t know about you, but … Continue reading

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COVID-19 Panic

It’s been an inconvenience for me, this stay-at-home situation. I want to go out to eat at a restaurant. I don’t want my office to be in my spare bedroom. I want to zip to the store for an item … Continue reading

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Paint Chip Poetry Prompt #19

It’s that time of the week again. Another paint chip poetry prompt coming your way. We know that all things eventually end. A phrase I’ve repeated many times during the past several weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic is “This too … Continue reading

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The Flower Fades

Summer is my favorite season, but spring is a close second. If lilacs lasted longer, spring would easily take first place. But lilacs fade so soon after blooming. Their intoxicating scent is fleeting. Their vibrant purples whither to brown. If … Continue reading

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Spring Haiku

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