Tag Archives: fruit of the Spirit

On chicken salad, senior pictures, and baseball

I am the oldest grandchild on my mother’s side. My grandmother was forty-five years old when I was born. One of my uncles was twelve years old when I was born. He was so excited when he answered the phone … Continue reading

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the things we leave behind

When we choose a life with Christ, we are choosing a life without things as well. The more candles that are added to my cake, the more I tend to look back and see where God has moved in me … Continue reading

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Kindness

“No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.” –Aesop (620 B.C. – 560 B.C.) from “The Lion and the Mouse.” You go to the grocery store, the kids are whining because they are hungry, you wanted to … Continue reading

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Control

Yup.  Control is one of those words that almost fits in the “four-letter word” category.   I have shared that I am a bit of a control freak.  I like order and structure and things to go “just so.” Life … Continue reading

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