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Turning the Page

Will Rogers once said, “Don’t let yesterday use up too much of today” (Goodreads, n.d.). As you let that settle in, May marks the anniversary of my last blogging entry in 2017. I believe it’s necessary for you to know the basic overview of what these past seven years have entailed in order to decide…

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The $13.00 Race

Many changes have occurred in the lives of those affected by Hurricane Matthew. I see people emerging out into relationships and being the hands and feet of Jesus. There are so many ways that you can help make a difference, share a smile, or be an encouragement to someone in their time of need. You…

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Dear Church,

I tossed and turned last night pondering my recent visit to the mountains. Sunday I longed to be home attending church with our church family. As I neared the local church during my morning run, singing could be heard through the open windows. I glanced around and noticed 5 vehicles parked outside the old red brick…

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The First Breath

Did you think I forgot to start telling you my story? I’ll meet you here on the pages once a week. It’s my prayer that you will be stirred to share your story with others and make a difference. Why? Because we’re a part of His-story after all! When God saw that my form was…

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At a loss for words

Do you ever have so many things on your mind that you don’t even know where to start? You’re stumped so to speak. After taking some time away from my writing that’s where I’m at. I remember Kathi Appelt speaking on this very thing and encouraging the aspiring authors in the room to write like their…

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Unfrozen…

The children waited patiently as each day passed, wanting to know when we were going to go.  Finally the time came.  We went to the movies and watched Disney’s Frozen.  It was a great movie and I can hardly wait to watch it again!  Have you seen it yet? Now, I’m not going to give…

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The veins of the tree…

The tree had begun showing signs of decay.  To prevent anyone from getting hurt, the tree was cut down. This is how I saw it. I haven’t ever seen the inside of a tree like that before.  Just look at it. Have you? I understand they aren’t called veins when it comes to a tree,…

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Learning Homeschooling 101

I must confess that if you would have asked me last week at this time how homeschooling was I probably would have cried. This week is much better.   Monday’s blogging time, however, was taken over by homeschooling, family, life, and watching Andrew Pudewa into the midnight hour on stylistic techniques, narrative writing, and how…

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Labor Day

Did you know the first Labor Day celebrated was in New York City, September 5, 1882? By definition Labor Day “is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of…

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The terrible blog…

I just read over my writing from Wednesday and I must apologize.  I made it sound like those with cancer or sickness spread there disease and made people suffer!  That is by NO MEANS what I intended to show with my words.  Please forgive me, and let me correct what I was trying to say…short,…

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About Vicki L. Moag

Author Vicki L. Moag grew up in the mountains of Pennsylvania with a love for music and the outdoors. Now, whether singing in a choir, the congregation, or teaching children, she finds a way to share her love of music with others. She currently resides with her family in South Carolina, where they enjoy countless adventures together.

 

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