Archive for November, 2014

Happy Gratitude Filled Thanksgiving To All

  This is the most wonderful day of the year to me.   Thanksgiving.   A day when I can be still in my moments amidst the preparations of the traditions – some crossing generations and maybe new ones being created as we speak.  Grandchildren growing up asking for their favorite foods to be shared.  Time together – eating –
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Glorify Your Name – Forever

Some of the well known Psalms have so much energy, so much to think about, so much hope, so many promises, so many requests and so much love. This one is no exception. Filled with humility, worship, thankfulness and praise – I am always amazed how something that became an inspired, written word so very long ago, can seem so
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The Junk Cross

Cross of Junk On the side of an old volcano in a place I know in Honduras, a ten-foot cross stands beside a curve in the road and is easily missed or never noticed. It blends in because it is made of old rusty car parts. There is a small sign near it: “Cruz de Chatarra” – Cross of Junk.
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Faded Beauties

This picture reminds me of the places in my life that are faded. Places that are worn, that time has passed through and left behind moments – some happy – some sad. The shadows hide memories best left there. The shades of old barn wood evoke a spirit of history, weathered by the snow, the rain, days filled with sunshine
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