Monthly Archives: March 2012

When the Going Gets Tough

Yeh, yeh, yeh….. blah, blah, blah. Actually, I just love this picture. I took this with my phone, while on a 7-mile training walk. I was training for the 3-day walk for the cure. I remember coming across this “rattler” … Continue reading

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Hope Valley

A friend of ours sent us a beautiful card, with a photograph of Hope Valley, California on it. Hope Valley was probably first seen by John Fremont and Kit Carson in their mid winter trip across the Sierra in 1844, … Continue reading

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You’ll Never Walk Alone… Really?

Do you remember the song, “You’ll Never Walk Alone”? When you walk through a storm, hold your head up high, and don’t be afraid of the dark. At the end of the storm is a golden sky and the sweet … Continue reading

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Be Mindful of the Needs of Others

I loved my Dad so much. I miss him. He was a kind, thoughtful man and loved to do for others. In his later life, alcoholism caught him by the tail and all the ravages that go with it. So, … Continue reading

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The Light of Day

Some times, things just look better with the light of day. So for now, I will put it all in God’s inbox and look forward to a new morn.

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All Roads Lead to Seven

All Roads Lead to Seven.  This is published in honor of all the wonderful cooks who contributed recipes to the recent “church cookbook project”. Check out this wonderful lady’s blog. It is a hoot. Just double-click on her story line, … Continue reading

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Easter Reminds Me of Thanksgiving

Easter reminds me of Thanksgiving. And Thanksgiving reminds me of Hong Kong. In 1990, I took a job in Hong Kong. My husband came along,  and as he likes to say, “to carry my bags”. We were fortunate to stay … Continue reading

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