Category Archives: Carlene Byron

Worth Much More Than You Pay!


Last weekend was a yardsale weekend. Two friends came over, and we did the first dump from my parents’ home — a towering New Englander that has been continuously occupied since it was built in 1913.     Yard sale … Continue reading

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Grammar Queen: M is a ‘Them’?


Newly appointed UM deacon “M” Barclay describes M-self with plural pronouns; Grammar Queen is displeased. Continue reading

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How I Found My Mind After I Lost It


This week, I was blessed to publish this guest column in our local newspaper, where Meadow Rue Merrill, a fellow member of the Redbud Writers Guild, is a regular writer on faith.

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Living Unexpectedly


Ten years ago, if you’d asked me where I expected to be when my 60th birthday approached, I’d have said, “Right here.” In the North Carolina townhouse my husband and I bought, filled with things we had selected together, happily … Continue reading

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Why Non-Academics Should Read This Academic Book


If you’re not an academic — and I’m not — why should you read an academic book about how 405 Christian international students changed – and did not change – their sense of identity in Christ during and after graduate … Continue reading

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