Who are you Listening To?

Today has been a “catch up” day. This last weekend was busier and with the walking that I did was probably more taxing than most. It did have a Chiropractor appointment and did make it to the neighborhood pool for some exercise. This last weekend our room at the Hyatt Convention Center Hotel gave us(…)

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Benefits of Trust

Debbie and I enjoyed the final sessions of this year’s Western Conservative Summit. We enjoyed the morning chapel service with Spencer Tillman, former professional football player and sports commentator. This afternoon, we had a reception for my mother’s 90th birthday. We had a good turn out of family members and friends. One of the pictures(…)

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God’s Has a Plan for You

This is the full day of the Western Conservative Summit. It has been good to see people that we haven’t seen in a year and to hear some excellent speakers, communicate with passion and vision. There are five Republican Presidential candidates speaking during the conference and last night we heard Rafael Cruz, the father of(…)

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Really?!

This morning I attended the Timberline Senior’s breakfast. It was good to sit with my friends Lynn and Becky Wickstrom. They have been friends for a number of years and spent their lives investing in the lives of children through kids crusades held across the United States and even overseas. It invited them to stop(…)

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Knowing, Doing, Being

Our morning began with waiting for our “run-away” dog to return. The rabbits in our yard and neighborhood provide too much of a distraction if he has the opportunity to escape our grasp. Fortunately, he know where he lives and usually comes home…eventually. I had my final appointment three times per week with my Chiropractor.(…)

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It’s Our Business

Today, my brother, niece and mother came to Fort Collins for a visit. It was good to have them here and for my niece Kate, to see our home for the first time. We had a nice visit, enjoyed strawberries from the garden and a visit our neighborhood pool. I wanted to see grandson Riley’s(…)

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