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Never Forget- My Longest Post Ever

  Never Forget-My Longest Post Ever. I pray I will never have a post this long again. Gordon M. Aamoth, Jr., 32, Sandler O’Neill + Partners, World Trade Center. Edelmiro Abad, 54, Brooklyn, N.Y., Fiduciary Trust Company International, World Trade Center. Marie Rose Abad, 49, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, Inc., World Trade Center. Andrew Anthony Abate, 37, Melville, N.Y., Cantor Fitzgerald, World Trade Center. Vincent Paul Abate, 40, Brooklyn, N.Y., Cantor Fitzgerald, World Trade Center. Laurence Christopher Abel, 37, New York City, Cantor Fitzgerald, World Trade Center. Alona Abraham, 30, Ashdod, Israel, Passenger, United 175, World Trade Center. William F.

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School Days {or Daze}

School days {or daze}? This marks my 18th year of having kids doing school at home.  I have mixed emotions.  Joy that we’re nearly done, sadness that we’re nearly done, and excitement at the prospect of life without schoolwork done at home. My days are still filled with reminders of live lessons, printing up worksheets, planning field trips, and making sure my kids socialize enough so as not to offer more fodder for those that think home educated kids are dysfunctional oddballs. {we use a great online program that is 100% free in PA and many other states: Connections Academy} Added

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Scripture for a Sunday Afternoon

Scripture for a Sunday Afternoon… This is one of my favorite verses as it reminds me just how important *I* am to my heavenly Father. He has made me His child. His own. His Princess Co-heir with His Only Son. THAT is pretty awesome scripture for this Sunday afternoon…or any afternoon. I love the word LAVISHED! It brings to my mind something costly, over the top, and extravagant. THAT is how my heavenly Father sees me. It is how He sees you! May this week bring you every opportunity to believe YOU are a child of the One true King.

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This Week In Pictures

I have not had a “This week in pictures” for quite some time. Other than our yearly pilgrimage to The Country Living Fair, I’ve not made the time to share photos of our summer escapades. It is no news to anyone that visits City Chick, that I believe we live in a most beautiful part of the USA and I LOVE to show it off in photographs. There are times when I am so taken in by a pastoral scene, I stop the Jeep on the side of the road, jump out, and snap away–after I hit the hazards on of course!

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HEY! I Need a Fav

Published on September 2, 2014, by in Uncategorized.

Last week I had posted on my Facebook page AND my City Chick Facebook page a request. So I figured why not say “HEY! I need a fav” here on  the good ‘ole blog ? There is a soon to be released “bundle” of healthy living ebooks and other online resources that I wold REALLY like to dig around in. They are offering this FREE to anyone that can find 10 people to sign up. Just 10 people who are willing to subscribe with a valid email address, validate it. Then maybe, if you are interested in getting this for free

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September Morn

Remember that old song “September Morn“? Although the song is about “2 lovers playing scenes from some romantic play”, the haunting, minor key settles itself in my mind throughout the month as we kiss summer goodbye and welcome the crisp days of autumn.  HOW is it possible that the first September morn of 2014 is here? I mean, just the other day it was mid-June and summer lay before me with a blank slate. The plan was to get SO much accomplished, that I would have a ton of things to share once I got back into the swing of blogging. Life had

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Scripture For A Sunday Afternoon

                    Imagine…WE are HIS monument! An outstanding, enduring, and memorable example of something…and that “something” is God Himself. {Definition} What an awesome scripture for a Sunday afternoon.


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Writers’ Blog Hop

This summer has been so full that, without even trying, I was on a blogging sabbatical! A writers’ blog hop seemed a great way to jump back into the swing of things. Thanks to Gay Idle of Captive Heart for inviting me to take part. Interestingly enough, she was on an unintentional sabbatical as well. Great minds think alike…or they need MORE breaks . I have to admit, this accidental sabbatical was a wonderful respite. Despite running my one son back and forth to work, enjoying my volunteer work with The Wayne/Pike chapter of The American Red Cross, and catching up on some MUCH needed

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