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The Circus Comes to Town

I went to the circus last night with my family. It had been a few years since the last time the circus came to town. Being there brought back many memories of the circus when I was a kid. I … Continue reading

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By The Way

It’s been a quiet week. Last weekend, my boys left for the start of the tour of grandparents on Friday before I got home from work. I was disappointed to have missed their departure, but glad when they called later … Continue reading

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Continuing on the grief journey, I’ve been thinking lately how important music and songs are to me. When I was a little girl, my Dad would often whistle. His favorite was a tune that provided the melody for the lyrics … Continue reading

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#285- easy

It used to be easy– used to be, but not anymore.- John Faircloth It’s an obscure quote pulled from my memory of being a 7th grader in 1982, attending my first regional youth assembly with my church youth group. John … Continue reading

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Signs and wonders

Anticipating my upcoming doctors’ appointments and the inevitable release to work again, I’d been doing a lot of wondering what that work might be. Putting much thought as to what would be best for me and my family, I had … Continue reading

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#284- sensation

When I eat a York Peppermint Patty, I get an icy cool sensation…..like I’m an arctic explorer trekking through a blizzard to find the North Pole! Well, may be not exactly.  But I did experience the sensation of deja vu … Continue reading

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