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Sometimes

Today's post is written by my friend (and regular guest contributor) Debra Dickey. Thank you, Debra, for sharing your beautiful thoughts! Sometimes……the slow person in front of you is in front of you to remind you to be patient. Sometimes……the end to your lucky streak is to remind you of how fortunate you have been… Continue reading Sometimes

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You can go your own way

My boyfriend in college once told me that I reminded him of the female character in a Celtic song who was forever "chasing cannonballs." He was right. I have been notorious for stubbornly making my own decisions. I often refer to this tendency as my "God versus Bethany" struggle. For years, mostly due to some… Continue reading You can go your own way

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Accurate to within 11,000 years

*Big thanks to my friend Debra Dickey-Liang for writing today's post and taking some of the stress of life away in such a humorous way.* While reading some interesting news articles the other day about the most recent pyramid discoveries in Sedeinga, Sudan, and, ‘New evidence suggests comet or asteroid impact was last straw for… Continue reading Accurate to within 11,000 years

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Day 27–Instant love

*Thank you, LaDonna Busby, for writing today's post and for being a daily blessing in so many lives.* Many people have told of meeting someone and having that “love at first sight” feeling.  Not that I doubted them, but I just never thought it would happen to me – but it did. Glen and I… Continue reading Day 27–Instant love

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Eating an elephant

I'm not sure if I agree with Tom Petty's claim that waiting is the hardest part. Sometimes getting started is more difficult. Recently, my friend and recent guest contributor to this blog, Mary Agrusa, posted a writing prompt on her LinkedIn group, Christian Bloggers - Cross Currents, related to the word "initiate." I didn't have… Continue reading Eating an elephant