Archive for March, 2016

Saturday and Sunday

I realized I have many of you who don’t follow my page on Facebook and wanted to share my posts with you today. These complete my Lent through Easter 2016 thoughts, prayers and hopes for a future with us all moving closer to God. It has been a hard year. Do you feel as though the world is getting smaller
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From Dark to Light

  Fear not. “Nana, are you ever scared?” Laura’s quiet voice – from the other side of the bed.  Before I could think of the best way to answer, “Nana, tell me the truth, really. I’ve never asked you this before and I want to know.” “Yes, love, I have been scared.” “What scares you?” “Well, I am scared something
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Unwrapping Lent:  A Gift I Left on the Shelf

  Growing up in a family who did not celebrate Lent, it has long been somewhat of a mystery to me. Being raised in a community heavily influenced by European immigrants, many of my classmates were the first or second generation in their families to live in this country. Without fail they showed up on Ash Wednesday with the black ash
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Traveling Mercies

I am passionate about traveling this big world. Everyday is filled with sights, sounds, tastes and flavors I have never experienced before. It is a thrill to me. Taking pictures, conversations with random strangers – language not creating barriers – smiles – sign language – pointing – all fill my heart with the sense of adventure God planted in me
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God’s Glory in My Story

Being sick isn’t fun. Taking good health for granted is way too easy. I recently ended up with the dreaded respiratory virus viciously making its way through our community. It only took it a few days to move into bronchitis for me. Yes, I have felt lousy. Yes, I am grateful for the meds I was able to take. But
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