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Not the Day I Had Planned

So I had this very busy day all planned. Lots to do but well organized. Writing, cleaning, shopping, getting Max groomed, cooking my amazing spaghetti for the dinner Naomi and family are driving all the way from Miami to enjoy. Then a few other things too. But you know what they say: “the best laid…

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February in 28 photos

I already shared – in my “Our Father” post – how difficult February has been. But this month has also been full with faith, great stories, love, light, and priceless glimpses of our beautiful family. So let’s wrap up February 2021 with 28 photos, one for each day. As always, I pray that these will…

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Don’t waste your Christmas Eve on nostalgia (and a two-line parody of Clement Moore’s classic poem)

Today is the day before Christmas. I’m going to have to apologize for the cheesy sense of humor, but something came over me and I found myself writing a politically incorrect parody on Clement Moore’s Night Before Christmas. Fortunately I stopped when I got to “Mama in her PPE and dad in his red hat.”…

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“And all who touched him were healed” (the new baby, writing, politics, and Jesus)

They ran throughout the whole area, carrying sick people on mats to wherever they heard he was. Wherever he went—in villages, cities, or the countryside—they brought the sick out to the marketplaces. They begged him to let the sick touch at least the fringe of his robe, and all who touched him were healed. –…

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