Tag Archives: blessings

And the gift goes on

In 2009 one of the “big kids” that played in our front yard, began to live in our house. Our children were: 7,9,11,13,15 at the time. This young man moved almost seamlessly into our lives and hearts. He brought amazing … Continue reading

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Eyes to See

My precious pig-tailed girl filled a bucket with shells. It seemed that her little hands picked up everything she saw. At 6, I knew she meant to take each piece back home to Atlanta…. adding to the growing pile accumulating … Continue reading

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Happy Mother's Day to ALL the Givers

“Give, and you will receive. Your gift will return to you in full—pressed down, shaken together to make room for more, running over, and poured into your lap. The amount you give will determine the amount you get back. ””‭‭Luke‬ … Continue reading

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Privileged

I read an article recently about the privileged people of America (students in particular studying at Ivy League colleges) and it got me thinking…. With my parents and all their memorabilia and family stories, a way has been prepared for … Continue reading

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Blessing Your Child

I come from a southern family! 5 generations of my mom’s side were born and raised in and around the Atlanta area. Can you say “Dawlin?” My poor dad didn’t stand a change living anywhere else. According to my maternal … Continue reading

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