Monthly Archives: January 2016

Are You Crushed by Life’s Storms?

Recently cruel winter storms blasted the east coast of the U.S. Thick snow accumulation shut down major cities, led to cancellation of countless events, and ruined plans of frustrated travelers. In the midst of biting winds and bitter sleet and … Continue reading

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Are You Picking the Best and Leaving the Rest?

A good solid ‘thump’ reveals the ripeness of cantaloupe or watermelon. A deep dark green shows perfect broccoli or green beans. An in-date ‘use by’ or ‘sell by’ lends confidence with milk, eggs or yogurt. And firmness in apples or … Continue reading

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New Year, New Word

Selecting a word or phrase rather than involved resolutions is easier for my little blonde brain and helps inform decisions, therefore actions, all year-long. In 2014 I chose to ‘be intentional’ and 2015 was about ‘balance’ based on Luke 10:27. … Continue reading

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Happiest of New Years!

“Good morning, God. This is Your year. I am Your child. Please draw me near.” “This is the day (YEAR) which the Lord has made; Let us rejoice and be glad in it,” Psalm 118:24. “Christ was raised from the dead … Continue reading

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