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Chance Encounter – Hugs

Chance Encounter – Hugs

My children have gotten used to me talking to just about everyone that crosses my path. I was on a lunch date with my daughter, and we had just sat down at our table when I said, “I’ll be right back I see someone I need to hug.”…

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I Lift My Eyes

I Lift My Eyes

In this time of uncertainty, I am reminded of the follow scriptures:“I lift my eyes to the mountains – where does my help come from?  My help comes from the Lord, the Maker of heaven and earth.”   Psalm 121:1-2 NIV…

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Detours

Detours

Driving through downtown where road construction has kept us zigzagging for months, I saw a detour sign that pointed straight down toward the ground.  At first, I laughed, thinking that someone was playing a prank, but then I started thinking…

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Who Am I Trying to Please?

Who Am I Trying to Please?

“We are not trying to please people but God, who tests our hearts.” I Thessalonians 2:4b NIVV

I’m a people pleaser.  As a young child, my desire to “be a good girl” began a life changing pattern of needing to feel…

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Just Another Day

Just Another Day

A child’s first birthday is full of excitement; not for the child, because they have no concept of what a birthday is.  It’s just another day – until it’s not.

People show up carrying armloads of bright…

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Every Monday

Every Monday

When I travel, I depend on media and word of mouth for my dining choices. On this day, they came together to lead me to a busy café within walking distance of point A, my hotel and point B, the train I needed to catch.
The diner was an eclectic mix of ages, races; the affluent…

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Let’s Choose Kindness

Let’s Choose Kindness

Twice a year I travel to Northern California for business, and I always take the train.  I love the train. I love that I can have a workspace and choose to work or not. I love to look out the window. I love that I can bring my own food or take advantage of the Café Car…

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Arby Stayed

Arby Stayed

We just had to put one of our rescue cats down.  She came to us after the passing of my mother’s twin sister, Jean.  No one even knew that Aunt Jean had a cat until the family gathered to clean out her rental home.  Half starved, the solid gray feline was so small…

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