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This day you must choose

My mind has been working overtime for the past few weeks. Every night I have dreamt about people I knew twenty-five to thirty years ago, people I haven’t seen or spoken with in nearly as long. It’s like it is … Continue reading

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Doors, windows, and hallways

So, today being the last day of the work week became the last day of work for me. No I was not planning to leave, but I have left. I have suddenly had an entire day open up to me … Continue reading

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Cracking the window

If you’ve been following along this past week, you know life’s been pretty gritty. I have been battling anger, brokenness, sorrow, and loss. I have cried, which is a sure sign that it is bad, and I have wanted to … Continue reading

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Mirrors and windows

I started a new position at work, which I really am enjoying. My coworkers are sincere, fun, even quirky at times. Each of them has a strong trait for resolving problems and they are all about the team and helping … Continue reading

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doors, windows, and pathways

A precious friend and I were talking recently about a possible change that was coming in her life that would impact her financially, spiritually, and relationally. It was a raw conversation as we discussed her heart and what may come. … Continue reading

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windows, doors, and hallways

This side of Heaven, we like to have our lives in neat little compartments, we strive for order, structure, control.  Every September, we go to the stores to buy school supplies, shining, new, waiting to be used.  Every January, stores … Continue reading

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