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Wednesday, 16 August 2017 01:15

Supporting a Door-to-Door Salesman

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Many years ago, it was a common occurrence for door-to-door salesman to come knocking to try and get you to buy something you just couldn’t live without. Those items included such things as hairbrushes, liniment, vanilla flavoring and even vacuum cleaners.
Monday, 14 August 2017 08:27

In a World Full of Trends, Remain a Classic

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Keeping up with the ever-so-changing trends can often be a struggle. It's not only costly but can sometimes be a little discouraging. For example, you finally save up and decide to splurge on those new shoes that everyone has been raving about...only to realize two weeks later, that shoe style…
CONVERSATIONS OF A CHILD Children are a blessing to us in so many ways. It is interesting to watch and listen to them describe the way they view things in their innocence. One such time was when my daughter Jessica was getting ready to leave for a church function, and…
Friday, 11 August 2017 07:47

DEVOTION: Favor and Freon

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In everything give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you. -1 Thessalonians 5:18 It is mid-summer and it’s 99 degrees outside. I’ve been asked by my husband to drive his car in the next few days and get its annual inspection done so that…
Friday, 11 August 2017 07:40

If You’re Ever in Savannah…

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Most days, James Lee Frazier, Jr. can be found sitting on a bench in Johnson Square, Savannah, Georgia. Mr. Frazier has appointed himself a one-man welcoming committee for his beloved city, and can be heard pleasantly saying, “Welcome to Savannah!” to passersby, or singing songs about the city he loves…
Thursday, 10 August 2017 07:24

Millstone 4-H Camp, A Hidden Treasure

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A few weeks ago my wife and I had the privilege of seeing our grandson graduate from Beginners Fur-Fish and Game Camp at Millstone 4-H Camp. He, along with a young friend of mine, were sponsored by the Sandhills Rod and Gun Club to attend one week of Beginners camp…
Wednesday, 09 August 2017 08:45

Learning to Be Prepared

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This piece was submitted by Howard Richardson: Back in 1960 when I came home from a 13-month tour of duty with the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers in Korea, I had a 30 day leave, and in that time I bought a 1957 Ford so I would have a way…
WALKING ON WATER We have all experienced times in our lives when we’ve had to make difficult decisions. There is the question of the consequences of our choices, “Should I, or shouldn’t I?” If we never make a decision, we will never see a change. It doesn’t necessarily mean you…
Friday, 04 August 2017 08:25

Mood Boosters: Adding Color to Your Wardrobe

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The one thing I look forward to during the change of seasons are what fabulous colors will be trending on the Pantone's color report. It's a great color guide to follow for color inspiration, but no matter how beautiful the colors are, I always tend to fall right back into…
Welcome back for part two of a three-week series discussing how diet affects your skin. This week we are focusing on premature aging.
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