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February Frivolity

February seems to be the month where, if school is going to go off the rails, it is going to be this month. I don’t know why but this month always seems to be home for discouragement, depression and disillusionment … Continue reading

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Becoming

I have never been big on making resolutions for the new year. For me, that is just setting myself up for a fall. I am doomed before I even get out of the starting gates of the new year. Fruitless … Continue reading

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A Week Well Lived

My soul was able to breathe deep this week. We had our first major snowfall for the year on Monday night and for people who live out in ‘no-man’s land’ large dollops of snow mean that you have to stay … Continue reading

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When Life is Hard

Two weeks ago, an extended family member was murdered. How’s that for surreal? we knew that she had an unhappy home life but we had no idea that it was as bad as it was. That discovery has forced us … Continue reading

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Now On To The Evening Routine

I have spent a great deal of time getting my morning routine down to a workable series of activities that pushes my day off to a good start; a routine that includes time with the Lord, exercise and time for … Continue reading

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Commonplace books

Recently there has been quite a bit of buzz about commonplace books. Commonplacing is the art of keeping quotes, words that strike deep inside of you, words that cause you to think, contemplate, ponder. This is indeed an art. It … Continue reading

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The Blog Challenge

I have four more days of the blogging challenge in which I attempted to blog every day during the month of April. I use the word ‘attempted’ because I did not succeed in meeting my goal. Due to a full … Continue reading

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