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YEVET TENNEY

Yevet Tenney has been writing for Progressive Dairyman for many years. Her heartfelt, inspirational articles are a favorite with readers.

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Someone sped up the clock. It’s just not right. Christmas comes every other month now, and the rest of the holidays are crunched in between. January is almost an afterthought.

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The year is coming to a close, leaving in its wake a thousand memories both good and bad. Memories of camping in the mountains with my family, the birth of a new grandchild and time spent with my aging parents.

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I can hardly watch the news nowadays. I am constantly horrified by the heartless acts being perpetrated on other human beings.

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Back in the day, when I woke up to the quiet sounds of birds chirping in the trees and the warm serene light of morning streaming through my curtains, and the warm secure feeling of family wrapped around me like a blanket, I knew the absence of fear.

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As my daughter was about to be married earlier this summer, everything was a flurry of preparation. The traditional wedding quilt was almost finished, and we were preparing for the journey to Wisconsin, where she was to be married. I couldn’t help but think of the advice I would love to give her – but I knew she will not have ears to hear.

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A religious leader, Larry R. Lawrence, recently gave a sermon that caused me to ponder my standing with God. He told the story of the rich young ruler who came to Christ (Matthew 5:48). The young man wanted to know what he lacked to gain salvation.

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