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A word I don’t like.

Cancer. Yuck. I heard it growing up regarding my grandfather. I was about 9. Not long after, I heard it again: my uncle, my grandmother, my two older sisters. It frightened me. The biggest shock came in 2010 when my … Continue reading

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Hidden in the cleft

Exodus 33:13 ”Now if I have found favor in Your sight, show me Your way, that I may know You, that I may continue to find favor in Your sight. And see that these people are Your people.” Over the … Continue reading

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Life

Life has taken on a different pace with kids out of school and summer jobs in swing. My workload and hours have shifted like many other stay-at-home moms. I wouldn’t say I’m less busy, or more flexible, it’s just different. … Continue reading

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Takedown

Happy Day! June 6, 2011 was takedown day. David’s ileostomy was undone. Literally his small intestine was cut and fed through the wall of his abdomen 6 months ago. This was the lifesaving measure after his colon tear and repair, … Continue reading

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