Monthly Archives: July 2005

I am having too much fun

I miss my family madly, but I am having more fun than should be legal. It’s a little wild and crazy, but as one of us was saying sometime recently (the days have blended together), why be moderate when you can do them to complete and utter excess. The conference was AWESOME!! It went so […]

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More Hymns with Equuschick

‘Tis so sweet to trust in Jesus Just to take Him at His word Just to rest upon His promise Just to know, thus saith the Lord! Jesus, Jesus, how I trust Him! How I’ve proved Him ‘oer and ‘oer Jesus, Jesus, precious Jesus! Oh, for grace, to trust Him more. O how sweet to […]

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Our eventful days of mowing

Day before yesterday:Pipsqueak started to mow her side of the lawn but had to stop before she was finished; it was too late in the afternoon so the grass became damp. Yesterday:I started to mow my side of the lawn.I umm…. got the lawn mower tangled up in some wire. 🙁When the HM came back […]

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A month ago, a sick and orphaned bird was brought to the shelter, and The Equuschick took it home until it could be taken to wildlife rehab. It died in about four hours and The Equuschick was very distressed because it was her bird and she was supposed to keep it alive and she didn’t […]

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Active Compassion

Active Compassion, in fact, is the only legitimate form or display of compassion whatsoever, but far too few people realize this and they revel in a form of passive, hand-wringing compassion that enables them to feel special about their sensitivity while the legitimately suffering, well… suffer. Too many, many people, believe that feeling pain for […]

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