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Every Knee Shall Bow

I have inherited a lot of things from my parents. Many of them I consider to be good things such as my blue eyes, brown hair and fair skin. Others, I consider not so good, such as my poor eyesight, … Continue reading

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Trials and Traffic Signs

  Recently, as I was driving to work, I found myself suddenly mesmerized by a random highway sign. It may seem peculiar that an ordinary, everyday sign caused me such fascination, but something about this one caught my eye. What … Continue reading

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That their burdens may be light

  It has been almost two months now since my mother passed away. During this time, I have experienced an immense outpouring of love and support from family, friends and acquaintances. Many, have also offered their suggestions and advice for … Continue reading

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Spiritual Shoes

  A few days ago, I dropped my daughter off at a job that requires her to be on her feet all day. As she walked away from the car, I smiled as I saw that she was wearing a … Continue reading

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Reminiscing with Hall & Oates

  Thirty-one years ago this month I attended a Hall and Oates concert with my future husband. This month, with my husband of over thirty years by my side, I attended another Hall and Oates concert. As I sat in … Continue reading

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Stopped In My Tracks

Friday morning I was moving particularly slowly. It seemed with each passing day this week, my energy level dropped a little bit lower. By the time Friday arrived, I was just about on empty and looking very forward to the … Continue reading

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I Believe In The Sunshine

Earlier this week, as I drove to work, I enjoyed a magnificent sunrise. Moments later, hundreds of puffy little white clouds seemed to literally fill the sky. The temperatures were unseasonably mild for August in Oklahoma, and I remember thinking … Continue reading

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