Category Archives: learning and life

It’s Almost Here!

Moving day. I don’t look forward to moving. It’s not so much the living in a new place and meeting new people as it is the process; sorting and packing, making address changes, finding new doctors, setting up with a … Continue reading

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Change

                                         (An excerpt from “Escape Code” by Beth Westcott) Awaking  to the patter of rain against her window, twelve-year-old Summer Bradford … Continue reading

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Which Way?

One day, traveling in unfamiliar territory,  my husband and I set our GPS device (we call her Mandy), trusting that we would arrive at our intended destination. When each turn led us onto a narrower road, and the surface became … Continue reading

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Wait

Do you like to wait? Do you agree that the best things in life are worth waiting for? Here are some things I’ve waited for: I waited to start school. I had to be old enough. I waited to graduate. I … Continue reading

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Collections and Recollections

I’m in cleaning mode right now. For the past four plus years my husband and I have been “downsizing.” It involves a lot of throwing away and giving away. I have to find new homes for a lot of my … Continue reading

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A Search for Meaning

I think each of us wants to know our life has meaning, to know we are accepted and belong. In a life that is filled with brokenness–broken homes, broken hearts, broken souls–people are searching for significance, to know that we … Continue reading

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