Tag Archives: peace

Finding the Joy-Way

I have Peace I have Joy “How is that even possible?” My youngest asked. Because I know – I can rest assured, God is out for my good today, each day, even in “this” -whatever is happening. How did I … Continue reading

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A Running Anniversary

At 35, 15 years ago, I decided to try running. Alternating a run then walk from one mailbox to the next was all I could manage, trying to rid my body of residual baby-weight. It took me 2 years before … Continue reading

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Prepared

Storms happen. What a funny thing to write on such a beautiful peaceful day. Quiet, other than birds singing and the little creek gurgling… but it’s true, storms do come. Sometimes when we least expect them. I’m talking about those … Continue reading

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It Is Well

Rest. Peace. Quiet.  Some words that come to mind since my mom passed mid-May. Yesterday, the last day before leaving town for a few weeks, I went kayaking alone on a nearby creek. Normally I would have been a flutter … Continue reading

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Working Up An Attitude

“Discontentment is having what you don’t want, or wanting what you don’t have.” This phrase was spoken so often by my radio mentor Elisabeth Elliot that I finally wrote it down and tacked it up along with her equally stated, … Continue reading

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Hope For Tomorrow

Moving- I swing from excited anticipation to mild panic to just being plain overwhelmed! Boxes are piling up at 2 houses and still there’s more to do. Friends stop by and see the progress… I just see the mess! Can’t … Continue reading

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Can and Will

Facing surgery again this summer is no fun. For those that know us, we have had our fill of hospital stays and unexpected procedures. In October of 2010 my husband, David was diagnosed with colon cancer. That initial surgery lead … Continue reading

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