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Lyn Chaffart

To Boldly Go…

Being a shy person by nature, witnessing isn't something that comes natural for me. Oh, it's easy enough to write about God and send it across the world to people who you will never meet, but to take those same words and share them, either in written or verbal form,...

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The Day After

Weeks of preparation to decorate the house, do all the baking and cooking, select the perfect gits, wrap them, put them under the tree, send out Christmas greetings, organize and attend parties and dinners, make travel arrangements; and after just a few brief hours,...

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The Best Part

I was delighted to find celeriac in the local farmer's market this morning. This strange-looking root vegetable, also called turnip-rooted celery, knob celery, and sometimes celery root, is a variety of celery cultivated for its edible roots, hypocotyl, and shoots. As...

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Seasonal Affect Disorder

Though undiagnosed, I know that I suffer from an element of Seasonal Affect Disorder, also known as SAD. SAD is defined as a mood disorder that affects people who have normal mental health throughout most of the year, bringing on mild to significant symptoms of...

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The Root and the Tree

It was our last camping hurrah of the season, and though it was mid-October, the weather was beautifully warm and clear. A perfect weekend to be out in nature. Our camping site was excellent; the only problem was that it would take some careful maneuvering to back our...

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