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  • Radio Interview Today by Nancy A Kaiser 6/26/2009 7:31:05 AM
    Join me as I'm interviewed by JaiKaur from 1-2 pm EST today. Listen to us at It will be fun and informative!... more

  • Guest Blogger on Author Autobahn by Nancy A Kaiser 6/26/2009 7:30:16 AM
    I was honored today to be a guest blogger on Author Autobahn. Please read my blog post at but of course not while you’re listening to my interview with JaiKau... more

  • Me...again by Sue Hess 6/25/2009 11:19:34 AM
    Okay..this is where I'm supposed to recap all the marvelous things that has happened to me since i was last here. REALLY??... more

  • Tuesday Afternoon in the Mountains... by Joyce E Bowling 6/23/2009 10:29:27 AM
    Tuesday afternoon finds me enjoying a day at home. I've been away a few days working on a project and also enjoying my evenings at church. Our church has been in revival, I for one enjoyed it very much! Good fellowship, good singing, wonderful preach... more

  • Return from Sacramento by Jennifer Christian 6/20/2009 9:17:59 AM
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  • 6/8 Interview Available! by Nancy A Kaiser 6/18/2009 11:14:05 AM
    For those of you unable to listen to my interview with Hannah & Marleen in Edmonton, you can listen at your convenience from their archives. Just follow the link to their archives and then click on “stream.” I’ve had wonderful emails about it, and ev... more

  • Monday Afternoon in the Mountains... by Joyce E Bowling 6/15/2009 12:00:00 PM
    Monday afternoon finds me marking off chores that are on my summer list. I have successfully completed one of those many, many things that I have vowed to have done! I've got much work to do to complete the list by the end of July. I have reflected m... more

  • Flying out today ... by Jennifer Christian 6/13/2009 5:33:12 AM
    It seems the universe has done just about everything in its power to fill me with fear on this trip. Every plane crash in the world suddenly on top of the news, and yesterday, a tornado, hail, storms all over the place. And yet, I am still looking ... more

  • Friday Afternoon in the Mountains... by Joyce E Bowling 6/12/2009 3:17:55 PM
    Friday afternoon finds me relaxing at home after Den and I drove to Harlan today. The rivers were roaring and seemed full of rage, many of the low water bridges were covered with the muddy water and debree that currents had brought with them. Many of... more

  • Sands of Time by Donelle M. Knudsen 6/11/2009 3:02:42 PM
    I believe our days are measured out in “grains of sand” in the proverbial Hour Glass of Time. The sand seems to run down more quickly with each passing year and of course the glass can't be turned over to start again. But given the chance, I really w... more

  • Nearly Packed by Michelle R Kidwell Power In The Pen 6/11/2009 11:54:27 AM
    Believe it or not we are nearly packed, we drove by the house we are hoping to get, and it really does look promising, its bigger for about a 1/3 of the price we pay here, and its still in Jamestown best of all, closer to my church actually and in a ... more

  • Thursday Morning in the Mountains... by Joyce E Bowling 6/11/2009 3:53:49 AM
    Thursday morning finds me at begins my official summer vacation. It was wet day in Kentucky again yesterday, I actually watched the small creek that flows behind my house very quickly turn muddy and raise beyond it's banks. I literally w... more

  • Does this generation of children know the wishbone tradition? by Harry E Gilleland 6/9/2009 6:21:37 PM
    I wonder do children still pull apart the wishbone of a chicken to get their wish, or do kids these days ever even see a chicken's wishbone?... more

  • Thoroughly Enjoyable! by Nancy A Kaiser 6/9/2009 1:26:05 PM
    I had a wonderful time talking with Hannah & Marlene in Edmonton last night about my animal communication and healing work. Although the hour was late, the topic was dear to my heart. Our lives would be so diminished without animals in them. I want t... more

  • Are trees just big weeds? by Larry Rochelle 6/8/2009 7:10:58 AM
    No.... more

  • Sunday Morning in the Mountain... by Joyce E Bowling 6/7/2009 4:16:19 AM
    Sunday morning finds me relaxing with The FoodNetwork, coffee, and my thoughts of yesterday. The wedding was beautiful, the trip was fun, and spending the day with friends was very relaxing. Several of the ladies that I work with rode with me, being ... more

  • Becoming Alice's latest review by Alice Rene 6/6/2009 11:46:37 AM
    This blog will be short. The longer one can be seen on I just want to tell you about my latest review. It can be read on More later ... ... more

  • Monday alert! by Nancy A Kaiser 6/5/2009 5:58:38 AM
    Just a reminder that I’ll be on the radio with Hannah & Marlene in Edmonton discussing my animal communication & healing work. It’s a late one for all of us on the East Coast 10 - 11 PM EST. Join us for And Now We Talk at: more

  • Happy Hubby by Jennifer Christian 6/5/2009 5:52:27 AM
    He told me to buy something white. Isn't that romantic? ... more

  • Great Kite Weather LIngers by Jennifer Christian 6/4/2009 10:37:25 AM
    So we all(family) got together to fly kites this afternoon after all. My poor husband chased messes and climbed a tree and finally gave up untangling two of the kites, while I kept the baby's turtle afloat for quite some time. It was great fun. Cool... more

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