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26 Jun

Waiting With Patience and Living With Purpose

“You’re not on my own, because I’m here.” Let’s wipe every one of your tears, My love, I have not left your point, I have seen you through the dark night, And I love your lifestyle, Faithful and genuine, forever, Oh my love will tell you. “ “You’re not alone,” Meredith Andrews I love when
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26 Jun

Delightfully Insignificant

With a full mind and attentive heart, cabin fever didn’t help. Feeling the need for some shiny air and surroundings, I strolled into the woods with my trusty dogs, piled at the ice tools. When I went back through the path in our discipline, I was already refreshed. How can I not be now when
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26 Jun

My Ski Trip Adventure

We took teenagers from church in a ski experience two weeks ago. And I am not the same in any way. Okay, so maybe it didn’t bother me for a living, but it gave me enough amnesia to seek out some Xanax or Ativan for a women’s retreat in Michigan this month. We met enthusiastically
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26 Jun

The God Of Hope

Are there coconuts I see in the corner of the page? I understand that the fact that I posted has been going on for a while … over a month … and I’m losing form on the topic of blogging … but I have some mind in proportion, so right here I am. Pope Benedict
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26 Jun

He Understands

Last night I saw The Passion of the Christ with young people in church. Although I have seen it many times before, it has managed to contact me in a clean and personal manner. The way Jesus reminded me of humanity and what it means to me. Looking at the role of Jesus in The
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26 Jun

Memorial Day Thoughts

Memorial Day My Buddy Chantel wrote an extraordinary offering that you can read on www.Ylcf.Org. So many of my heartfelt thoughts this weekend. After Sunday church we have a special outside Memorial Day carrier. I stood there with a heart full of feelings and tears filled with tears. I think my guy was working long,
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26 Jun

When The Stroms Come

There is a storm beyond the week. Not exciting, just kind of a thunderstorm in the open, but emotional storms inside. Work is annoying. My hormonal workup blood draw is coming up this week. I left Grant. The daddy process is inconsistent. And my friend at work has changed from being diagnosed with melanoma. I
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26 Jun

Little Thoughts

Life is beautiful… The sun smiles as I walk barefoot through the grass. When the smell of toast is floating out of the oven. -When I instantly fell in love and enjoyed bike riding with my own family. A name from my man in Iraq brightens my day and warms my heart. -But we’re excited
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26 Jun

Looking To Him For Joy

I hear it once more these days in church. Psalm 34: 6. Do we also have that verse on the last Sunday? Sure enough, I flipped through the pages for the final week of Bible reading and it came out once again. Oops. Is God trying to convey something to me? It’s a wonderful problem,
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26 Jun

The Approach of a New Season

I love the substitution of the towel. Considering the colorful leaves and orchard apples and the wonderful fall sunsets, I get this little thrill. Entering the new season means leaving out the old. I wash the dishes tonight, looking out of the window at the evidence of the fall’s policy. (Washing dishes is really the
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26 Jun

The Approach of a New Season

I love the substitution of the towel. Considering the colorful leaves and orchard apples and the wonderful fall sunsets, I get this little thrill. Entering the new season means leaving out the old. I wash the dishes tonight, looking out of the window at the evidence of the fall’s policy. (Washing dishes is really the
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