Monthly Archives: March 2015

Water to wine? Big deal!

We have become a society of sensationalism! We are easily bored and distracted. We are constantly waiting for the rush of a climactic end that we miss the subtleties in the process which has the ability to alter our lives. … Continue reading

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I smell Spring coming

Yesterday I held a sleeping baby on my shoulder. Her rhythmic breathing calmed my soul. As I rocked her gently back and forth I watched out the window and saw spring trying so desperately to peek out past tired old … Continue reading

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God doesn’t always call on the strong…

Excerpt from Regina Brett: We’ve all heard the stories. Elvis Presley once got an F in music and was told to keep his day job driving trucks. Michael Jordan was cut from the high school basketball team… J.K. Rowling lived … Continue reading

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Peeling away my life

Magazine’s, home networks, and electronic sites encourage us to declutter, tear down the old, refresh, reorganize… It is good to do those things. But not when it feels like your life is being peeled and scraped off walls and all … Continue reading

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Tiny little cabin in the woods

My father bought my mother a tiny little cabin in the woods. We have come to it since I can remember. We always had cousins come and we all slept in sleeping bags everywhere! Me and my siblings grew up … Continue reading

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