Author Archives: Laura Navarro

This was funny


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Wordless Wednesday – condolences flowers

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Reading Elizabeth Goudge

I have a few friends who have recommended books by Elizabeth Goudge for a few years. I finally requested some from the library and decided to dig in. The first two I skimmed more than read. I felt like Gentian … Continue reading

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I’m cooking!

I did it. I created a shopping list first. It sat around for 2 weeks before we had time to go to the grocery store. My husband graciously bought the items on my grocery list while picking up food to … Continue reading

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Dad update

I just spoke with Judy to see how my dad is doing today. Here is an update from the past few conversations we’ve had. This weekend they reduced the respirator quite a bit. They used the cpap and it worked … Continue reading

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What works for me – computer tips

I’ve already found some cool tips from the other posts here. I discovered a nice little shortcut the other day. It may not be anything interesting to most of you. You’ll say – I already knew that! I used to … Continue reading

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Homeschool Memoirs #8

I am behind, but I did HS Memoirs #8 over on the Phoenix Academy blog.

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Wordless Wednesday – my wild bushes

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October Challenge for End ’08 Great

This month it’s cooking! I really want to do a better job of getting cooking done so I am happy to have this motivation. The introductory article is a great resource, discussing having a master menu plan and base grocery … Continue reading

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Be Still, My Soul

This was today’s hymn, number 689 in the Trinity Hymnal. You can hear the tune here. Be still, my soul: the Lord is on your side. Bear patiently the cross of grief or pain. Leave to your God to order … Continue reading

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