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    Raising the roof

    There’s something delightful about a community assembling to revel in the landmark 50th Anniversary celebration of our very own Oakhurst Community Center.

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    The undeniable human resolve

    The innate power of human resolve is a mighty gift to behold. If ever you have witnessed such, you fully comprehend my contemplations.

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    Everything is beautiful

    Whilst weeding yesterday, I discovered myself admiring the petite yellow orchid-shaped florets alongside miniature fuchsia blooms scattered about the vast carpet of undesirable flora.

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    This our thirsty land

    With the disconcerting news of this season’s meager 5% of normal snow pack in the northern region that feeds our water stores, many have become more aware of our water usage of late. Yet still, do we accurately recognize the full ramifications of our daily deeds?

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    It’s a small small world

    Have you ever encountered another human-being that in some way opened your eyes?

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    It’s a Small Small World

    Have you ever encountered another human‐being that in some way awakened you?

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    Straight from the heart

    I must admit I haven’t celebrated the likes of Valentine’s Day in decades, though it’s impossible to disregard such a well-produced, highly advertised holiday.

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    Oh Holy Night

    The best days of our existence aren’t necessarily the richest, nor picture perfect even. This I learned early. Such lessons, though difficult to comprehend, molded me into the person I am. Profoundly carving me, setting unspoken precedence for life experiences to follow.

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    Oh Holy Night

    The best days of our existence aren’t necessarily the richest, nor picture perfect even. This I learned early. Such lessons, though difficult to comprehend, molded me into the person I am. Profoundly carving me, setting unspoken precedence for life experiences to follow.

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    Eternally grateful

    I find it difficult to imagine still, even after 13 long years, that our ever dwindling family recently offered thanks around a feast filled table. We will rejoice the birth of our Savior in two weeks, and soon after that will celebrate the arrival of yet another newly dawned year minus the presence...

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