Category Archives: Journaling

The Last Days of Summer

I love the lingering, last days of summer… Cool dewy mornings Gentle afternoon breeze Long shadows Shorter days Distant dusty haze Red sunsets Patches of brown grass Faint fall tint on the leaves Sweet fuzzy peaches Crisp apple pears Crowded … Continue reading

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So How Did I Get Blindsided…Again?

The day dawns and all is well. The morning sunshine floods the room and warms my heart. I hear the music of a favorite song and I begin to sing along. Even the day’s crowded schedule does not discourage me. … Continue reading

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Jerusalem

I’ve been thinking a lot about Jerusalem lately. Perhaps it’s because of the continued ¬†terrorist violence the city is experiencing. Perhaps it’s because the world’s eyes will be intently watching Israel more and more during the end times. I will … Continue reading

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A Quiet Place

It had taken longer than usual to corral a classroom of 4 year olds on to the rug for morning circle time. I had a schedule to keep! There was simply no more time for complaints about picking up toys. … Continue reading

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He Cares

Cast all your anxiety on Him because He cares for you.” 1 Peter 5:7 It’s after midnight and the night is very calm. All I can hear is the constant fog horn on the other side of the hill. This … Continue reading

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Looking Forward

Sometimes I want to live where Dr. Welby makes house calls, where Jessica Fletcher solves all crimes, where Andy Griffith patrols our streets, where we can meet the Fonz at the diner, where MacGyver can fix everything, and where Mr. … Continue reading

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A Gift of Joy

The Lord looked down one day and saw His handmaiden who was downcast and weary and hurt. He began to speak gently into her heart. He encouraged her with words of strength. He breathed into her a desire to be … Continue reading

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