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Taming “Those” Behaviors






Actor & Comedian Ray Romano is quoted as saying, “The more I go through parenting, the more I say I owe my mother an apology.” Too funny and TOO true! I remember about eight years back when I was a … Continue reading




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Drawin’ A Blank…at the Internet Cafe






When I go before the Lord with an empty heart, He pens a personal message on it, a unique one just for me. While He is powerful and full of splendor and majesty, He is also personal. He longs to … Continue reading




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A Fresh Pair of Eyes, Please






Psalm 27:7-8 “Hear, O LORD, when I cry aloud; be gracious to me and answer me! You have said, ‘Seek My face.’ My heart says to You, ‘Your face, LORD, do I seek.’“ I greatly long to have a heart that … Continue reading




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I’ll Never Be A Morning Person






“Early morning hath gold in its mouth.” Benjamin Franklin I used to like to sleep in…but God’s slowly been changing that for me. As I drive my daughter to early morning cross country practices, I enjoy the most magnificent skylines…with … Continue reading




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Before The First Bell






As a young girl, I remember the start of a new school year being so exciting! The first day of school for me was as New Years was to the grownups I knew. It was a time for vows and … Continue reading




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But I Did What You Said!






When my kids were little, they fueled analogies for my spiritual growth. And I could actually write about them. Now that they’re older I must be careful, because they actually care when I write about them, haha. But this time’s … Continue reading




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