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Work in Progress

Who am I? It’s been so long since I’ve thought about just me. Well, it’s all about me now. Like it or not. I’ve got some choices. I can continue riding that same old train of habits that have held … Continue reading

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A Glimpse Through God’s Eyes

I’m working through some heavy stuff, so if you’re not in the mood, just move to the next blog! I understand! Having lost my husband of 24 years 19 days ago, I still find myself at the bottom of a … Continue reading

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Send Me A Sign

It is so quiet. The air conditioner makes a terrible rattle. Never noticed that before. The clock in the office softly ticks the seconds away. Time is passing. Time did not stand still. I could swear it stood still. Thirteen … Continue reading

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God’s Will Be Done

Reaching for a coffee cup, yesterday came back to her in a flood of vivid recollection. The sight of it. The smell of it. The pain of it. His breathing had been so labored for several days now. He was … Continue reading

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Pastor’s Sermon

Due to my husband’s illness, we were unable to attend Palm Sunday services today. This is the first day of Holy Week, leading to resurrection Sunday – Easter! We were extremely fortunate that Pastor emailed his sermon to us. It … 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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My Trees

Anyone who knows me knows that I love trees. This heritage Oak, for example. It has probably been living on that spot for 100 years or more. Notice that the ranch fencing, which was constructed long ago, was built around … Continue reading

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