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DUMPSTER-DIVING

A reader called this post from 2014 to my attention…it’s even more applicable today than it was four years ago. And join the conversation.

MOVING THE ANCIENT BOUNDARIES

A scream, like only a teenaged girl can vocalize, sliced the stillness of the afternoon. I raced toward the bedroom where her petulant voice echoed, “MO—THER!”

Daughter stood in the doorway of her closet swatting, scratching, and stripping off clothes. “Ants!” she shouted and smacked herTop hands up and down her face, neck, and body. “Everywhere. In my closet. In my clothes. Do something!”

“The kitchen, under the sink.” I motioned to the horrified girlfriend plastered against the opposite wall, “Get my rubber gloves and a plastic bag.”

I opened the plastic bag she offered at arms-length and stuffed shoes, socks, shirts, and an assortment of objects attempting to find out where the nasty creatures were coming from. And then, there it was. Laying on the bottom of her junky closet floor, underneath a hubble of rubble—HER GYM BAG.

“But Mom—” Her face colored sorry.

I glared first at her…

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Thanksgiving prayer

I appreciate each and everyone of you! Dick and I pray God’s abundant blessings over you and your families. Give Him glory and thankfulness for who He is and what He’s done in your lives!

Happy Thanksgiving from the Gates Household!

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ONE LEAF TOO MANY
Book One in a New cozy mystery series, The Relatively Seeking Mysteries.

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Bailey finds a hidden photo of a girl inside her grandmother’s album from fifty years ago. But her mother only had brothers. 

As she searches her family tree to discover her identity, Bailey finds secrets pointing to a long-ago crime. Did she find one leaf too many?
The truth is definitely relative!

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