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Monday Morning Coffee and Chat 11/16/20 – How Do You Do It All?

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Hello! Welcome to Monday Morning Coffee and Chat! Today I’m going to answer the question, “You seem to have a lot going on. How do you get done what you need to get done in a day?”
Whew! Fun question!

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Monday Morning Coffee and Chat 11/02/20 – What do you collect?

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Hello! Welcome to Monday Morning Coffee and Chat! Today I’m answering the question, “What is something you collect that’s odd?”

What a fun question! I hope you are able to learn more about me as I answer it. If you have a question for me, you can ask it at this link.

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Monday Morning Coffee and Chat – The Sunday Dinner Challenge!

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Hello! Welcome to Monday Morning Coffee and Chat! Today I’m challenging families everywhere to the 2021 Sunday Dinner Challenge!

Join the Facebook group here: http://www.halleebridgeman.com/sunday

What’s Hallee drinking? Hallee’s Brew! Try it today! http://www.halleebridgeman.com/hallees-brew/

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Monday Morning Coffee and Chat 9/28/20 – Alexandra’s Appeal Releases Tomorrow!

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Hello! Welcome to Monday Morning Coffee and Chat! Today I’m talking about tomorrow’s release of Alexandra’s Appeal and the faith element in that story.

Preorder Alexandra’s Appeal for the September 29, 2020 release here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B08CBBP334?tag=hallethehomem-20

What’s Hallee drinking? Hallee’s Brew! Try it today! http://www.halleebridgeman.com/hallees-brew/

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Happy New Year 5781!

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Last night at sundown marked the beginning of Rosh Hashanah, or, The Feast of Trumpets.
This is the celebration of the earth’s physical birthday (happy 5781!) on the 1st day of the month of Tishri (which happens to fall as the seventh month in the Jewish calendar.) Rosh Hashanah means head of the year.
Trumpets (shofars) will be blown today.
Those who still wait for a messiah consider the sound of the shofar a rousing call to repentance on the part of each individual. They will spend the next the next ten days seeking forgiveness from people they have wronged and searching their hearts for evil thoughts and deeds. Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement) will be spent fasting and praying and seeking God’s forgiveness for those sins.
For the followers of Jesus, the blowing of the trumpets is a sign of the return of Christ and a memorial of God’s grace to Abraham when he substituted a ram to be sacrified instead of Isaac (who foreshadows Jesus).
Psalm 81 was written for Rosh Hashana.
We will celebrate today by feasting and eating sweet things (traditionally, apples and honey; however, I have a bag of carrots so I’m making a carrot and apple cake.) The sweet foods represent the sweet year to come. This will be our prayer as we partake of the sweet dessert: Blessed are You, O Lord our God, King of the universe, creator of the fruit of the tree.” (Baruch atah adonai eloheinu melech ha’olam, borai p’ri haetz.)
Happy birthday, Earth! Happy New Year, friends!
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Monday Morning Coffee and Chat 9/14/20 – Where Do You Get Your Creative Inspiration?

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Hello! Welcome to Monday Morning Coffee and Chat! Today I’m answering the question, “Where do you get your creative inspiration?”

Preorder Alexandra’s Appeal for the September 29, 2020 release here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B08CBBP334?tag=hallethehomem-20

What’s Hallee drinking? Hallee’s Brew! Try it today! http://www.halleebridgeman.com/hallees-brew/

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