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About chrissythehyphenated

I'm a 60 something wife, mom and grandmom who is homebound/disabled by severe hypersensitivity to chemicals. I fill my days with learning, loving and art. My favorite values are truth, generosity and gratitude.

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2019_03 14 Green WH

PRAYERS NEEDED: Record flooding caused by heavy snow and rain in the Great Plains forced the evacuation of thousands and killed at least three people in Midwestern states over the past three days. Continue reading

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TRUMP 2020

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Excerpts from an article by Michael Glassner (COO of DJT for President), so yeah, it’s totally biased, but it also makes excellent points:

Dozens of counties throughout the country that voted for Barack Obama over Mitt Romney in the 2012 election, but switched their support to Donald Trump by hefty margins in 2016.

The trend was driven largely by ‘hidden Trump voters’ — many of whom hadn’t voted in years, if ever — who came out of nowhere and helped President Trump win one of the largest electoral upsets in American history. Continue reading

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2019_03 15 Alex is 3

HAPPY 3d BIRTHDAY – Mascot Bootz is getting so big!

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AFTER THE ABORTION: Angela Forker is creating a powerful series of images about abortion regret. Bookmark this!

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2019_03 14 Pi Day

PI DAY: I’m celebrating God’s tender care for me this Pi Day. Last night, my favorite pair of reading glasses broke. I just googled “cheap reading glasses warehouse” and found a place that had exactly what I wanted AND the style was discontinued so marked down to $4/pair AND they were having a Pi Day sale so I got 31% off. I’m getting FOUR new pairs of glasses for $14.90. !!

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CONGRATULATIONS to my Dearest who started his architecture business 30 years ago today.

SS Travis Atkins

HONORING OUR FALLEN HERO: We just received news that President Trump will be awarding Staff Sergeant Travis Atkins the Medal of Honor in a much-belated ceremony at the White House. In 2007, Travis selflessly threw himself on a suicide bomber to save the lives of those around him. His spirit as the Best Man in Absentia was very present at the post-deployment wedding of our Army Princess and her Prince, who was Travis’ best friend. Continue reading

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Trans Regret

Jamie Schupe, the first person to be legally recognized as “nonbinary” now says it was all a sham, a scam, and a horrible mistake.

“Four years ago, I wrote about my decision to live as a woman in The New York Times, writing that I had wanted to live “authentically as the woman that I have always been,” and had “effectively traded my white male privilege to become one of America’s most hated minorities.”

“Three years ago, I decided that I was neither male nor female, but nonbinary—and made headlines after an Oregon judge agreed to let me identify as a third sex, not male or female.

“Now, I want to live again as the man that I am.

“I’m one of the lucky ones. Despite participating in medical transgenderism for six years, my body is still intact. Most people who desist from transgender identities after gender changes can’t say the same. Continue reading

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MOVIES Unbroken 2&2

MOVIE RECOMMENDATIONS: Intense and true World War II story told in two parts.

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Eight Women

ME STILL ME

The abortion industry would like women to believe abortion is a “one and done” experience.

But it isn’t something someone does in one day. It is something that lasts a lifetime.

Below, eight women describe some of the pain and regret they have experienced in the aftermath of their abortions.

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