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My kids in the back of our Piper Pacer

K is for Kids

By Myrna CG Mibus / June 6, 2015

Kids. My husband, Owen, and I have two kids (that’s two children not two young goats/aka kids). Rose is nearly 16 and Ryan turned 13 just today. I now have two teenagers in the house! I know I am biased, but I think both of my kids are pretty cool. I genuinely like them 🙂…

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Farm field in Minnesota

J is for June

By Myrna CG Mibus / June 4, 2015

Yes, it’s already June. Where has the time gone? Where have my A to Z Blogging Challenge posts gone? The answer is simple – I chose to hold off on my blogging challenge to concentrate on family instead. Without getting into too much detail, my Aunt ended up in the hospital much longer than we had expected and my family…

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Black, red, orange and yellow Christen Eagle II airplane

I is for Immelmann

By Myrna CG Mibus / May 20, 2015

Most of you all know that I’m a recreational pilot and worked in the general aviation industry for about a dozen years. I’m betting most of you don’t know, however, that I learned how to fly airplanes because I wanted to fly in aerobatic contests. What’s an aerobatic contest? It’s a contest in which pilots fly a sequence…

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Scrabble tiles spelling out Huge Hugs

H is for Hugs

By Myrna CG Mibus / May 12, 2015

I’m a hugger. I love to give hugs and to get hugs. Interestingly, I didn’t grow up in a huggy sort of family. Maybe I like hugs because I didn’t grow up in a huggy family and I’ve been craving hugs because of it. Hard to say. I’ve made a point to hug my kids a lot…

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Orange and Yellow daylilies

G is for Garden

By Myrna CG Mibus / May 10, 2015

My writing friend, Selma P. Verde, posted a “G is for Gladiolus” blog for her A to Z Blogging Challenge and prompted me to write “G is for Garden” for my blog today. First of all, I love gladiolus (though I seldom plant them) and learned a few things about glads in Selma’s post. It’s…

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Pathway in Fontes France

F is for Faith Journey

By Myrna CG Mibus / May 8, 2015

I was thinking I would write about F is for Flying but decided instead to share a column I wrote about faith that I wrote for my church’s newsletter. So today is F is for Faith Journey.  Last October, a “writers wanted” notice in The Bethel Banner, my church’s newsletter, caught my attention. Hmmm, I thought, I…

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My dad sitting near a fish tank in a hospital waiting room

E is for Esophagus

By Myrna CG Mibus / May 7, 2015

I don’t think about my esophagus often. In fact, I don’t know much about it other than it’s in the neck and food travels through it. But the esophagus has been on my mind a lot lately because my Aunt has cancer of the esophagus. This morning (I’m writing this on Thursday) she had about two-thirds of…

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Mr. Bumble and me playing Widow Corney in Oliver

D is for Drama

By Myrna CG Mibus / May 7, 2015

For the past several months, my life has been full of drama. Thankfully, the drama has not been of the emotional variety (well, not much of it has been – life always has some drama), it’s been drama of the theater variety. Rose, my daughter, and I have been involved in four different theater productions…

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View of my office

C is for Clearing Space

By Myrna CG Mibus / May 6, 2015

I think I’m like a lot of other people in that I get overwhelmed when I look at the cluttered areas in my home, garage and garden and see all the work I have to do to get it all organized. What happens to me is I look at the clutter and the task of cleaning and organizing seems…

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Myrna biking on the Gandy Dancer Trail

B is for Biking!

By Myrna CG Mibus / May 5, 2015

I’m a fairly avid bicyclist – at this point in my life I own three bikes and ride throughout the year, even in our snowy Minnesota winters. I haven’t always been a biker, though. I rode bike as a kid and even biked from Minnesota to Michigan with my church youth group as a teen, but I pretty…

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