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Yesterday the clouds were heavy with rain – the air grew oppressive under the weight of high dew point levels.Within minutes the ominous clouds emptied in sheets of torrential rain upon the earth.Within seconds the air lightened. The clouds were … Continue reading

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I live in a part of the country known for its extreme weather changes.  Only a month ago, we were experiencing temps in the 50s and 60s.  When you’re a menopausal woman – or just an old woman for that matter … Continue reading

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ART & POETRY BY PAUL & KATHY BOECHER© The mountains proclaim His glory, His love comes pouring forth, The waters rejoice with honor, while raging over stones, Tiny pebbles declare His name, the stones declare His worth, Power surges into rivers, His praises … Continue reading

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\ ORIGINAL ART & POETRY BY PAUL & KATHY BOECHER© Life flows just like a river, winding twists and turns, We rage against the current, until our body burns, The waves can pull and drag us down, but also lifts us up, It cleanses all the … Continue reading

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Original art by Paul T. Boecher© “The Ghost Ship” Even in the heat of summer and the depths of despair, God provides living waters for all things.  He nourishes the soil, replenishes the lakes and rivers, supplies thirst quenching relief … Continue reading

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Original art by Paul T. Boecher© On these particularly cold, winter mornings of below zero temps and frosted window panes, it’s nice to look back at the beauty of emerald grasses, wildflowers and brilliant blue, clear water.  I am blessed … Continue reading

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