Monthly Archives: August 2014

New crayons and yellow school buses….

I passed a yellow school bus today.  It’s that time of year when every student and every teacher begins with a clean slate…literally and figuratively. It is a brand new year.   Ahhh….how I miss it. I loved the cadence of … Continue reading

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It takes a family….

I think about this in bits and pieces…in times of pondering…in bumping up against a circumstance…and now, at the observation of a breakdown.  Yesterday I spoke with a friend who is ending her marriage. I am heartbroken for her… for … Continue reading

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the Couples Code…

I read an article today entitled: 8 Things Happily Married Couples Do.  I thankfully count myself in that subset, and always like to see if there is something we can assimilate into making US better. One of the things mentioned … Continue reading

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Through the eyes of a child….

I think that is what I miss most about those wonderful parenting years that we were blessed to have experienced … seeing the world through the eyes of a child.  It was almost like having a second chance to experience … Continue reading

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you must trust me to carry it for you….

I just finished reading a book called The Hiding Place about the true story of Corrie Ten Boom, a Christian woman in Holland who along with her family, was part of the anti-Nazi underground helping the Jewish people find safe … Continue reading

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