Archive for November, 2013

Three Days of Thanksgiving: Opportunities

By Lisa Van Wyk  ·  November 28th, 2013  ·  Posted in Sports  · 

David Hanseder won a hand gun a couple years ago.  With all the deer on the private, fenceless, QDM property, this night he just wanted to sit in a pop up blind to shoot a doe with his new prize.  But with the forecast changing and the winds dropping, my Hunter suggested that with a rifle, he should sit in one of our bow stands back on a secluded 7 acre rye field. About 4pm, Dave texted that a huge Buck had come out in the SW corner of the field which was 250 yards away.  As the Buck slowly […]

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Three days of Thanksgiving: Grace

By Lisa Van Wyk  ·  November 26th, 2013  ·  Posted in Faith  · 

Her words hung in the air, like fog, clouding my senses.  I wasn’t sure if I heard her correctly.  “What did you say?” I asked.   Her voice was like maple syrup,  drawing me in.  Sweet, sincere, innocent, and loving.  Honestly, at times, it made me sick.  No one could be so humble, so perfect.  But here she was, one of my best friends and confidants of all things sacred. The perfect side of my imperfectness.  And I was good with that.  She made me better. “I promised her I wouldn’t work with you anymore,” Red said.  Her words came […]

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