Monthly Archives: February, 2018

Billy Graham: My Thoughts

Samaritan’s Purse, a branch of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, ran a Facebook Live feature Saturday (February 24, 2018) morning.  I was able to watch/listen to most of it before the signal died out on me.  I find his story fascinating and when I read his book, Nearing Home, back in 2016, I found it …


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Gifted Mind (book review)

The book, an autobiography, Gifted Mind:  the Dr. Raymond Damadian Story, Inventor of the MRI, is 240 pages in length.  It was published in 2015 by Master Books, a division of New Leaf Publications located in Green Forest, AR. I found this book on a listing produced daily by Christian Book Finds.  Dr. Damadian was …

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Milking Time

I grew up on a small dairy farm.  I should be well over one hundred years old for the memories I have as a child.  We didn’t have electricity until I was 9 ½ years old and no indoor plumbing until after I went to college.  We did have indoor running water, and a water …

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Mind Doodling

In truth, the biggest section of this blog site is just that: mind doodling.  As an only child, I have had many conversations with myself and have all my life.  There have been times when friends have told me, “Karyl, you think too much!” The Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown recently inducted Chipper Jones …

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