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Day 22: Dear Mrs. McGrath

*It's hard to believe Day 22 of the Dear Gratitude project has arrived! Only eight more days of letters from eight more wonderful guest writers. Today's post is by LaDonna Busby, a friend and fellow church member.* This thank you is long overdue, and it is going to someone long dead.  Why do we wait… Continue reading Day 22: Dear Mrs. McGrath

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My mother’s Emmy Award winning moment

*Special thanks to Dr. Teresa Burns Murphy for serving as today's guest writer. Always a pleasure to read her work!*           Timing was everything.  The sound of The Huntley-Brinkley Report emanating from the television in our living room was my ticking clock, each word a precious second flying by.  Night after night as they delivered… Continue reading My mother’s Emmy Award winning moment

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Learning to teach

A wise woman named Mauzelle who managed the Arkansas Methodist Church archives at Hendrix University once told me, as she tried to share her lunch with me while I researched Methodist women in the Ozarks, that she loves history and wants to do everything she can to preserve it. “It’s so important, you see, because… Continue reading Learning to teach

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BFFs

2 sweet 2 B 4 gotten. LYLAS. BFFs. Remember those notes between friends back in the 80s? I have a collection of them between me and my best friend, MeLissa. My friend MeLissa and I have been friends for forever. We met in first grade at Rose Hill Elementary School in Rose Hill, Kansas. We… Continue reading BFFs