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Lyndie Blevins blogging from Sage-Texas where you can expect greater things to come

Seeking Sage Newsletter Volume 8

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Have you ever experienced a time of such distrust? 

It is hard to find anyone or any group you can trust?

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Seeking Sage Newsletter Volume 7 Sept 14 2020

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After a holiday weekend and they start of football, it is easy to list the things we miss from before COVID. 

What are you missing the most?

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Seeking Sage Newsletter Volume 6

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In these days of COVID, one of main jobs the Mayor of Sage is confronted with is balancing for the community fear and encouragement. Although, the community embraced this time knowing they would all take part in this balancing act, and some days would be harder on some more than others, the Mayor needs to always have the right words to pick up any Citzen on any given day.

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Seeking Sage Newsletter Vol. 5

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Residents of Sage, carefully detailed what happened during the Spanish Flu in their community. The heroic actions of the Mayor and many citizens became deeply ingrained in the folklore of the city. Sage holds an Angus McLeash Festival every year to memorialize those who were lost in the days of the Spanish Flu and be reminded of Angus; last words in his journal, “Don’t let this happen to Sage again.”

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Seeking Sage Newsletter No. 4

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The leaders of Sage studied news reports from China in December. They saw two things were happening in the community, people were wearing masks and their temperatures were taken every time they entered anywhere. 

The president of the Sage College student body, who is studying Chinese, saw a watch which takes your temperature. 

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Seeking Sage Newsletter No.3

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As I’m planning, two Matt Maher songs are on my mind. “Hold Us Together” really hits with my story. Maher tunes often come into my thinking during my planning process. 

As we are going through this difficult time, is there a song which has encouraged you. 

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Seeking Sage Newsletter No. 2

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My heroine is the mayor of Sage and it is the week of Thanksgiving. When the story begins with a phone call, she is researching her contribution to the upcoming Founder’s Cousin Thanksgiving Dinner. A large gathering of almost family members they draw names for the dishes each year. The order of importance is turkey, dressing, gravy and sweet potatoes. She drew sweet potatoes. She wants to create the most amazing sweet potatoes, the group has been so anxious. This isn’t a driving force in the story, but it will show somethings about the actors. 

She’s asking you for your help. They could be baked, made into a casserole, pie, or any way of preparation, as long as it is sweet potatoes. 

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Seeking Sage Weekly Newsletter - First Issue

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Welcome to my first newsletter. 

My current work in progress is a story of how the community of my town, Sage, Texas is responding to the COVID virus. 

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Lyndie Blevins

P.O. Box 381029
Duncanville, Tx 75138
LyndieBlevins@guidingwind.com

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