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Archive for December, 2005

2006 Will Be the Year I…

You fill in the blanks. Write your answers and read them over every day, keeping in mind that our theme is VISION. See yourself, as you read, reaching those places you never thought you could reach.

What am I seeing?

My beloved horses coming home to a new barn at the new place in Spokane.

My books, delighting people, touching their hearts. When you read one of my books, I am holding out my hand to you. I am saying, “Have courage. Believe. Do the right thing, no matter what.” This is the message of Tony and Clare, in “One

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Word of the Year

My good friend, Debbie Macomber, always chooses a theme word for each new year. She explores the meaning of that word, in her journals, in her prayers, in her life. She celebrates and honors the word, and claims the quality for her own. (Did I mention that Debbie is one of the smartest women I know?)

My word for 2006 is a big one.

VISION. I want to see my dreams, plans and goals clearly in my mind, in as much detail as possible. I’ve even purchased a special journal for this purpose, with a lovely medallion on the front.

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Cattle drives rarely went more than ten or twelve miles a day, as the cattle had to be given time to rest and graze. A drive from Texas to Montana could take up to five months.

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