In the Waiting

Planning while we wait helps us prepare for what we cannot see. We have all been there where tomorrow sneaks up on us today, because we failed to use yesterday to prepare for our tomorrow.

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Michele Morgan Morton
Seasons Come and Go

Seasons come and seasons go, at least in most parts of the world. For you world travelers you know that when it is summer here in the US, it is winter in Australia due to two different hemispheres and the earth’s axis. The land masses in the mid-latitudes generally get the four seasons while others get extremes. The mid-latitudes are those lands not near the equator and not near the poles.

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Michele Morgan Morton
Spring Has Sprung

In America, spring has sprung in the South, at least in Mississippi. We saw the first signs of Spring in early March and it is still lingering. You might say, well of course it is still lingering, but you must understand that the weather in Mississippi is as fickle as an unmarked jar of pickles. You just never know if the weather is going to be sweet or sour.

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Timelines, Guidelines and Deadlines

This week’s storyline continues and includes those in our story that create momentum, cause difficulty, and catapult success. As the years tumbled by in my life, this idea from heaven continued to linger, seemingly with little to no development. My timeline was often ‘get it done yesterday’ but reality’s timeline resembled the ticking of a clock, timeless. Certainly, there was some movement, but the hubbub of everyday life seemed overwhelming.

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The Heart of the Matter

After finishing up each weekend working in yards, sore all over, I repeated to myself, ‘there must be a better way.’ Then the eureka moment arrived! THE MAXBIT was born while I was sitting in church. Imagine that! God heard me say, ‘There must be a better way,’ all the while He’s thinking, “I can’t wait till she sees what I am about to give her.”

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