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Life Changes

I have often said the loss of my first child changed my whole life— how I look at the world, how I look at comforters, how I look at God. My husband’s motorcycle accident and my youngest son’s car accident … Continue reading

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More from . . . Where the Wild Things WERE!

. . . tongue firmly planted in cheek.

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A Fall

The leaves moved gently, rocked like a baby by a mothering wind, and the green melted away to color and crisp, and the hanging on became a letting go. Softly, floating, still in the morning to carpet a cooling earth, … Continue reading

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Patience

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Minimalist

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Soft Dappled Mornings

Soft, dappled mornings where the intertwining of world and Word is evident in the smallest of things, where color and line and breath mingle with praise, and though problems persist, and though pain still scars, there is in that fleeting … Continue reading

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With Apologies to the Snowbound–More Spring!

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The New Math: Sines of Spring

Some are from my yard, but some are from the school yard and sneaking peeks through fences to a neighbor’s plants.  All’s fair in spring’s bounty and photography.

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Dripping Blossoms

The CA downpour this weekend was not the best time probably to go to the LA Arboretum, but my back east relatives assured me they would not melt.  Hmm.  They did. And by the way, it is very difficult to … Continue reading

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My Book of Uncommon Prayers: God of the Slimmest of Chances

Hope looks through any open window, squints through cracks at a barely visible, a barely possible future because it is what we were made for– hope, that is. So even when life is its darkest, and smothering stresses would choke, cling, and … Continue reading

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