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As I look out my window this year, fresh snow weighs down green bushes. It’s an interesting paradox: snow weighing down plants that still look alive but are dormant.

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It was the third straight Christmas we lived far from home. I worked in a college town in the deep South, where it never snowed at Christmas.

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It’s Christmas time, when we celebrate the birth of Christ. In the U.S., surveys show that more than 80% of us believe in God.

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Normally, something that is 6 pounds 11 ounces doesn’t slow me down much. Throw it in my backpack while hunting, I hardly notice it, or add that to a calf’s weight, it doesn’t change the difficulty of the cesarean section much. But when it has big blue-gray eyes and thinks sleeping at night is for the weak, then it has my attention.

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Let me start this year’s Thanksgiving column by admitting that our family won’t be cooking a traditional meal come Nov. 25. The household has thinned over the years, and my wife and I have soured over the commitment to cook for eight hours only to eat together for 30 minutes.

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Astrology is one of those wonderful pseudo-sciences, like naturopathy or cattle futures, that anybody with an imagination can rapidly become an expert in.

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