Author Archives: Hester Guest

About Hester Guest

I am a retired teacher. I love spending time with my children, grandchildren, and friends. Reading, sewing, and playing games on my computer fill my spare time. Jesus is my Saviour!

To Change or not to Change: That is the Question

Maybe it is just my imagination; however, it seems that as I get older change is becoming a regular interruption to my life. Learning to face change is always difficult for me. I suppose you could say I can get … Continue reading

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To My Daughter from Another Mother, who also became one of my dearest friends!

Dear Sweet Deborah, you became my daughter by another mother the day your daddy and I were married. Your precious mother allowed us to share so many treasured moments and make years of cherished memories. Even though I was only … Continue reading

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God Is Always With Me

“and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” Matthew‬ ‭28:20‬ ‭ Last night, I was thinking about different things that have happened over the … Continue reading

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#NorthernLightsBook Blog

For over 24 hours, I have been trying to compose a review for a book by Cathy Parker. I have never felt as inadequate and as lost for words! She has written a book that will rock your world in … Continue reading

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Dilemma— What Should I Do?

Truth!!!! I am faced with a real dilemma! I went through my pantry, freezer, and refrigerator! I try not to be wasteful; however, as I took inventory, I realized I truly have a “sugar” problem! In my refrigerator, I had … Continue reading

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A Pathway

I was contemplating some of the paths my life has taken. At times, I have allowed myself to drift away from goals and plans, and I have had to work at getting back headed in a direction better suited for … Continue reading

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One Person’s Junk Can Become Another Person’s Treasure

As I begin to assess my belongings, I realize I have spent a lifetime collecting material things that have no real meaning. If, for some reason, I had to gather the most valuable possessions to hold on to, I would … Continue reading

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Letter to Clyde in Heaven

For the past five years, as March begins to end and April 1 approaches, I have a hard time facing each day, struggling to make sense of your death. I cry before bed each night. I’m so sorry. I’m sorry … Continue reading

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We Are The Church; We Are America!

When I started this blog, it was originally a means of sharing my memories with my children, grandchildren, relatives, and friends! Lately, I have visited and revisited the idea of the country I am so proud to call myself a … Continue reading

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Cry Me A River

Tears have always been a large part of my life. I cry when I am happy, sad, and nostalgic. However, tears can be healing, cleansing, and motivating. Tears are caused by many types of emotions. I have felt them all: … Continue reading

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