Monthly Archives: June 2011

41 years to get here…comfortable in my skin

I wouldn’t trade the growth and maturity I’ve gained over time for the gift of youth with all it has to offer. I was tempted to come in from outside to write last night, to share these wandering thoughts, but … Continue reading

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Thoughts…more on depression

Holding on…letting go…trusting…hurting…questioning…needing…willing, wanting, praying… Trying to hope when hope is dim, knowing the pull of brokenness and shame when clouds of deep darkness and depression loom overhead…so hard to have been in this place and see others walking there … Continue reading

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Humbled under His Hand…a precious place to be

My mind is swirling with thoughts and my heart is stirring with care this morning. So many thoughts…so much care and concern mixed with heartache and longing for peace everywhere. I see now that even when our own souls have … Continue reading

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My mind is swirling with thoughts and my heart is stirring with care this morning. So many thoughts…so much care and concern mixed with heartache and longing for peace everywhere. I see now that even when our own souls have … Continue reading

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More on life with Noah…

I lie down with Noah for a little while each night. We pray together and we spend a little time talking. Sometimes we listen to music, much of the time I read to him. He often asks me to pray … Continue reading

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Food for thought for families…

As is often the case, I’m up, busily working around the house this morning getting ready for my day, and thoughts are pressing in on my mind that I feel compelled to share… Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Birthdays, Anniversaries, all … Continue reading

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What little ones need from Dad…

I am of the opinion that most of us get our first understanding of God through our relationship with our earthly father. After all, traditionally we are taught Dad is the head of the household, the protector, and the provider. … Continue reading

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