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A YAY FROM JAYE: Kimberly Patterson… DO Coach!

Image may contain: eyeglasses and sunglasses The biblical story of Mary and Martha found in Luke 10:38-42 has long been associated with the dichotomy of thinking and doing. Mary, a thinker, and Martha, a doer, were two sisters graced by Jesus’ presence in their home. Well, actually, the Bible says it was Martha’s home. So, of course, being the hospitable host, she concerned herself with “doing” what was necessary to successfully entertain her guest. Mary, on the other hand, “thought” it would be better to sit at the Lord’s feet and listen to what He was saying. The Bible
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ON THIS ROCK: My Chance At A Do-Over

mulligan-day BY PAUL ROCK, STAFF WRITER FOR JAYE. FOLLOW HIM ON TWITTER: @Saul2PaulRock A new beginning. To start again. To move forward. As kids, we called it a do-over. Golfers call it a mulligan. There are moments and times in our lives when a do-over would be a wondrous miracle. A chance to do or say something that needed to be said or done. A chance to undo something we wish had never happened. Of course in real life there are no mulligans. We do, however, get second chances and opportunities to create new beginnings;
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ViFi Character: Daddy Craw

"I got somethin’ I wanna told you. They call me Craw. I come from the humble beginnings of the swampy backwoods of this here town we call The City of Dupli. That is Dupli as in rhyme wit ’you lie’ (but I trail off my story). Been goin’ by Craw fuh as long as I can remembuh. They say it all began when I first started gettin’ ‘round. They put me in that lil baby walker and I went to scootin’ all over the place. They say I liked pushin’ myself backwards with my feet just like a crawdad. From that moment on I done had
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I DO: Believe There’s A Time For Everything

I was born three days after my mother’s expected due date.  Was I three days late?  Some say that, but others would say babies are born when they’re good and ready.  However, we know that it’s not uncommon for women to schedule cesarean sections and doctors to induce labor.  It is evident, then, that due dates are very distinct from delivery dates.  With the given information, medical professionals tell women when they can expect their children to be born.  These are educated guesses.  Delivery dates, however, are actual birth dates.  Seems pretty straight forward, right?  No controversy.  No need to call the media or your
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