Monthly Archives: July 2015

Love His way

Once again my newsfeed has been filled with “outrageous” actions by others.  I find myself silently agreeing that these actions are horrifying, saddening, and yes, sickening.  I also know that if I chime in, my voice will just be lost … Continue reading

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calling out

During the past twelve months or so, God has been challenging me a lot.  In good ways, healthy, healing ways, in ways long overdue. I have been challenged to trust more, forgive more, love myself more, and give grace to … Continue reading

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the game reel

My dad spent much of my early life being a high school football coach.  I spent many Friday nights cheering for the team, playing with the other coach’s children and learning the cheers for victory from the sidelines. One of … Continue reading

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if I had a million dollars

I was challenged today by someone dear to me to dream–not just little dreams, to dream big.  “Haven’t you ever thought, if I had a million dollars– I’d do this, and this, and this?” I stopped in my tracks. No, … Continue reading

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resentment, kites, and Genesis 3

I woke up today needing an adjustment.  I wish it was something a chiropractor could adjust, but it’s a matter of my heart and spirit.  That kind of adjustment needs to be made by the Holy Spirit. I found myself … Continue reading

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Friday and 100

It’s been a long week for us, the heat is coming back and even with the air conditioning on at work it feels warm.  I started thinking about the end of the week and what it represents. It’s time to … Continue reading

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tired

I woke up tired today.  Monday morning-after-a-long-weekend-of-hard-work-tired. It’s Thursday, I have two days of work left before I can wake up when I want to, sleep as long as I need to, and work on the house. I don’t normally … Continue reading

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walking wounded

My husband and I were working for a Boy Scout camp set in the Sangre de Christo Mountains when we met. I loved everything about being there.  Thousands of scouts came through the camp to experience the outdoors, history, and richness of … Continue reading

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doubly good

Living at our new home has filled me in places I didn’t know were empty.  Each morning I wake facing the east window in our room, opening my eyes just as God opens the day.  Each sunrise is different than … Continue reading

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the content

Today I spoke with Abigail*, a woman from South Carolina, a sweet spirited woman, whose voice was full of richness and wisdom.  Our conversation ranged from her current needs to other things and I found myself feeling knit closer to … Continue reading

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