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Introducing…The COVID-19 Diaries

My snack drawer has become my worst enemy. When I walk to the kitchen, I feel like I’ve been put on a battlefield. I’ve lost nearly 100 pounds in the last 18 months, but the allure of Little Debbie cakes and sour cream and onion chips has me fighting a battle between...

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Are You Feeling Threatened?

Most Americans and most people around the globe are living with great uncertainty due to the spread of the coronavirus.  With so many unknowns about the transmission of the virus, its severity and our risk of exposure, it is normal to feel threatened. The disease is...

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Eliminate Your Bridges to the Past

There is a biblical story about a man who gave up the security of a comfortable life for an unpaid position training to become a prophet. He took his yoke of oxen and slaughtered them. He burned the plowing equipment to cook the meat which he gave away to the people....

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The Season of Life

You should enjoy each season of your life.  There is a season for everything under the sun even when we can’t see the sun and our world is dark. For example, if a relationship with someone special doesn’t last, the experience prepares you for the one that will....

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Our Hearts Go Out to Middle TN Tornado Victims

We are devastated by the damage done on Tuesday when tornadoes tore a path of destruction through Davidson, Putnam, and Wilson counties resulting in 24 deaths. One of our properties, Margaret Robertson in Hermitage, TN, received extensive damage -- but thankfully no...

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Know Who You Are

It is important and essential to know who you are in life. Where you have been is not as important as where you are going, and where you are now in life doesn’t define what you are destined to become. Addressing the graduation class at Villanova University, journalist...

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