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As Trees Do

I saw them falling and felt my heart sink a little. July? It’s too soon. What’s wrong with those trees? Are they ill? I looked around town and found out, no, no, there is nothing wrong with my trees. Tulip … Continue reading

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Some Days

There are days cold, dark soul days when I see only the broken things Those days cold, dark soul days I wrap my shoulders with grief and wait for the thaw

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Spooning

For people with chronic illnesses, or just limited energy levels, the Spoon Theory makes a lot of sense and helps us explain to those we love why some days we just can’t even. Briefly the way Spoon Theory works is … Continue reading

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Once an Austrian went yodeling

I need to explore this more. This thought. This morning as I was drinking my coffee and reading I suddenly remembered a person who over 30 years ago was in my College and Career Sunday School class. He was paralyzed … Continue reading

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Always Sunny

When we’re all un-addicted What a day of rejoicing that will be! When we all see Jesus We’ll sing and shout the victory! (Apologies to Eliza E. Hewitt. Maybe she’d understand.) I was wondering the other day what the world … Continue reading

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Be kind, it’s just my heart

After 51 years, I’m starting to notice a pattern. Every so often, when life changes up a bit or I’m going through a rough patch, I find reasons why I should be disqualified. Not disqualified from salvation, but disqualified from … Continue reading

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Apologies to Ms Bronte, it’s been a long time.

Do you ever feel like the beginning of Whuthering Heights? Like you are sitting at the dinner table in a dysfunctional mess, and someone steps in for a visit and can’t quit figure out what is going on. Who is … Continue reading

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