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The Anger Scared Me

  Disney/Pixar’s Inside Out brought emotions to life  – Joy, Sadness, Disgust, Fear and pictured above, Anger. This little movie  provided a wonderful reference for the jumble of emotions we faced  this summer as we took our oldest son to college. Sadness and Joy have played tug-o-war in my mind nearly every day of this […]

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The Veil Was Torn

“What just happened?” Don’t you suppose that was the question racing through the minds of Adam and Eve that fateful day in the garden? In God’s beautiful garden, the home he created for them to enjoy, mankind surrendered to sin, to MY will and MY way. For the first time, mankind hid, feeling the sting […]

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What to do with your “to-do” list for the new year

We spent the days before Christmas helping my brother and his family move into a new home. Most of the heavy lifting was done before we got there, but I was glad we were able to help clean up the rental house, unpack a few boxes and clear some of the chaos out of their […]

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Scrabble Saves Christmas

A mother’s work is never done, especially this time of year. Sometimes, the fun things we do for our families feel like unpaid overtime on top of a 40 hour week, or am I the only one who feels that way? I made Thanksgiving dinner last Thursday while the boys played football. On Black Friday […]

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Baby Steps – Making Peace with Slow Progress

Fresh out of college, idealistic and somewhat naive, I had a post-conference wish. I hoped that Monday morning at work, after the weekend event, my face would be all shiny like Moses. My co-workers would bask in the glow and ask, “Lynn, what is this glorious light emitting from your countenance? ” It would open a door […]

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