Category: General

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Driving to Kalbarri

After great rest in our hotel in Geraldton, feeling far from home, we were about to go two hours even more north, headed to Kalbarri National Park. As excited as I was to see...

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Father’s Day and Blue Fairy Wrens

Jamie called John wanting to postpone Father’s Day for one week. It was decided to return to Wungong Dam and photograph the blue fairy wrens there. This time I was able to go with...

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Kings Park Festival: Where the Wildflowers Are

It used to be Kings Park Wildflower Festival, but now it’s Kings Park Festival. There’s no doubt Kings Park will be where the wildflowers are this September, with the largest presentation of WA’s blooming...

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King’s Park on ANZAC Day 2017

Anzac Day marks the anniversary of the first campaign that led to major casualties for Australian and New Zealand forces during the First World War. The acronym ANZAC stands for Australian and New Zealand...

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Science Can’t Answer Everything

Some people attempt to answer Philosophical questions with Science. Given that Science has had some blunders, even in the recent past, I am not sure why they often speak with the arrogance and authority...

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It’s Tough Being An Evolutionist

Tough for some evolutionists, that is. Perhaps not for the evolutionist, Richard Dawkins. He has some bold things to say about those who don’t believe as he does. However I am learning that some...

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The Toothpick Holder

In my organizing of the kitchen, I have come across an old toothpick holder. If I am guessing right, my mom would like me to take her kitchen and make it my own. Her...

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Christian Confidence

“For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.  ~ John 3:16 Sometimes on the weekends, John and I...

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George Müller of Bristol

George Müller was a native German (a Prussian). He was born in Kroppenstaedt on September 27, 1805 and lived almost the entire nineteenth century. George Müller died March 10, 1898 at the age of...

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First Day of Spring

In Australia, they refer to the first day of September as the first day of spring. Kinda hard to get my head around, but I just think they’re being over optimistic sometimes. 🙂 But...

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A Drive to Christmas Tree Well

Before church we had a morning bushwalk, after church, we went for a drive. We ended up at a place called Christmas Tree Well off of Brookton Highway.

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Code to Happiness

As a little girl, I loved my long discussions with my mom. Often it was while she was preparing dinner, ironing, or doing the dishes. Many times she would listen to my philosophical questions...

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Earth Day Should Be Every Day

Then the LORD God took the man and put him into the garden of Eden to cultivate it and keep it. ~Genesis 2:15 Keep (Hebrew shamar) means “to exercise great care over.” In the...

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Make Your Bed

I was told recently, “You’re the only person I know who makes their bed every day.” The revelation surprised me! How can people exist and function and not make their bed every day? I...

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No Grammys

Didn’t watch the Grammy’s last night. (I am  OK with that). The day after, John pointed out to me some artists that his radio station listed that so far, never won a Grammy, it’s...