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Posted by on July 10, 2021


Looking out my window… the sun is trying to shine through a break in the clouds on a very windy day.

I am thankful… for all the people praying for us during this time of transition at KCAM.


I am thinking… about changes and phases in life. Scott Y. and Michelle have been the guiding force at the radio station for a long time; now they are both gone.  What does God have for the future? For the last 18 ½ years our family life has revolved around babies and toddlers. This fall our oldest will be a senior in high school and our youngest will no longer be in the nursery at church.

One of my favorite things… fresh strawberries from the garden.

I am creating finished … with the quilt I started a year ago to replace the very worn one on our bed. I am very pleased with how it turned out.

I am hearing… 5 pm – the boys chattering to each other on their walkie-talkies.

I am reading… The Grapes of Wrath; another one on the list of ‘should I have the kids read this for school’.

In the kitchen… fresh bread and the fixings for nachos for supper.

In the garden… things appear to be growing well.  We’ve had a few harvests of lettuce and chives to supplement our salads. Our load of topsoil finally arrived the middle of June and I worked like crazy hauling wheelbarrow loads around the house to get the raised rows ready to plant the potatoes. Their sprouts were sooo long it was hard to plant them deep enough to still be under the dirt and a lot of them already had roots growing. They are growing well now and hopefully we’ll still get some harvest from them even though they were planted so late.


A moment from my life…

Watching the utility workers laying the fiber conduits.



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