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True Champions Beyond the Game

On February 4, 2018 many Americans watched an amazing Super Bowl game. Talking to many people before the game they rooted for the underdogs simply because that’s what they were called. They just didn’t want to see the Patriots win … Continue reading

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Dare to Dream God-sized Dreams

Despite the frigid air outside, this first month of the year has been incredibly busy. Like the title of my blog, LifePartThree, my life is filled with new activities. Books I have been reading by Pastor Mark Batterson and Allen … Continue reading

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A New Way to Approach the New Year

Every new year I start by making resolutions. You probably do too. Seems like it is always the same and by February I have broken most of them. This year I have a new approach. Last year, I wrote and … Continue reading

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Where are your pictures?

Today is my grandson’s 18th birthday and I couldn’t be prouder. He has turned into such a wonderful young man. We have enjoyed watching him grow, but I have to admit time has passed too quickly. Check it out below … Continue reading

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Prayers for Recovery

This past week has been heartbreaking as the hurricane hit Houston and the surrounding areas. So much loss and devastation for so many. Last time I talked about our nation needing prayer. Tomorrow has been declared a day of prayer. For … Continue reading

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A Journey of Faith

I can’t remember a time that I didn’t believe in God. I was brought up in the Catholic faith and never doubted that there was a God. My great grandmother instilled in me a healthy reverence and fear of God. … Continue reading

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Welcome to My Blog

Welcome to my new blog about my life as a retired teacher. For some people, retirement might mark the end of a life of work, nothing left to do but collect your pension, travel, or volunteer. Excitement may be gone … Continue reading

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