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Life Is A Bit Messy Here In Our Neck Of The Woods By Sarah

Not really sure how to start or what to say.

Not good because I can usually find  the words. 

First off : the easy stuff. Every one knows by now that I have internet issues. It’s always slow.

Some days it is slower than others. Days where it would be better not to have a light on saying we have a signal.

We even have days we don’t have it at all .

The side effects of living in the country. 

Our power was also out this past week. It is way too hot here in Florida for THAT. 

AS IF THAT WASN’T ENOUGH: my smart phone died. It won’t turn on.

No money to buy another one so I am using Very cheap and hard to use one. 

My the ‘s turn out to be tge ‘s .

I can’t seem to hit the p.

An example :

Tge ketter is gard to write. I cant seem to do antthibg wrute. 


 Those are the easy things to write about.

Life in Our Neck Of The Woods is a bit harder.

I need all of you prayer warriors to do what you do best.


For Danny and I.

For my struggle to keep our marriage going. 

I can’t go into it. 

Well, I won’t.

I am just hanging on by a thread. Hurting. 


As far as what I am working on: 

Tomorrow starts Time Warp Wife’s Romans Bible Study. Darlene is amazing. 

Several Good Morning groups are doing it as well.

I am behind posting all of the information. 

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President Wilson proclaims Mother’s Day, May 9, 1914 – POLITICO

Before Mother’s Day became an official holiday, Julia Ward Howe (1819-1910), a social activist and the author of “The Battle Hymn of the Republic,” called on women to create such a holiday. In 1870, during the aftermath of the Civil War, Howe wrote a Mother’s Day proclamation as a call for peace. It began, “From the voice of a devastated Earth a voice goes up with our own. It says: ‘Disarm! Disarm!’” 

Please read the rest of the story. 

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Mother’s Day – Holidays – 

The History Of Mother’s  Day

Mother’s Day is a holiday honoring motherhood that is observed in different forms throughout the world. The American incarnation of Mother’s Day was created by Anna Jarvis in 1908 and became an official U.S. holiday in 1914. Jarvis would later denounce the holiday’s commercialization and spent the latter part of her life trying to remove it from the calendar. While dates and celebrations vary, Mother’s Day most commonly falls on the second Sunday in May and traditionally involves presenting mothers with flowers, cards and other gifts.

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The Lies That Trap Us In Unforgiveness – Propel Women
Propel Women : Guest Post  By Carey Scott. 

Chances are you can recall a time when someone deeply angered or offended you through their heartless words or careless actions. Maybe you saw it coming, or maybe it absolutely blindsided you. It might have been intentional or accidental. Regardless, the last thing you wanted to do was offer forgiveness.