Monthly Archives: July 2012

…together the flames…

     Vivaldi’s Trumpet Voluntary filled the ancient space, reverently permeating the cavernous room filled with family and friends. Stately, they walked to the altar, their just-so dresses belying the hours of preparation, the numerous shopping trips it took to make … Continue reading

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No Way!

“PLEASE REMIT YOUR PAYMENT PROMPTLY!’ The words stood out like a beacon on the innocent screen. “Seriously!” she spat at the glass. Scrolling angrily to the bottom of the page, she clicked on “contact us”…those innocuous words that usually meant … Continue reading

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…. the line was drawn ….

Crouching, he began to draw, moving the sand with his finger. Once the line was drawn in the sand, he looked up at them, his words gently piercing the awareness of the men holding stained, heavy rocks. “Let he who … Continue reading

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Thursday thoughts prompted by Inner Truth, week #12 http://newmumonline.blogspot.com/

“To take communion is to participate in God’s action. It is to not only receive, to be filled, but also to extend to others God’s forgiveness as we have been forgiven. Thus, we are instructed to be rightly prepared to … Continue reading

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… the rain turned the road into a river…

I went to the store to get her some bleach…some “Pintrest” idea she had to throw together before leaving tomorrow for a week. Browsing the store, my head swilling with…emotions…unnamed…untamed…what is going on? I saw hampers, laundry baskets, “hmm…she’ll be … Continue reading

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Wait! there’s more!

Come into my playroom store, You’ll find me playing by the door. I can sing and I can dance, But I cannot, you enhance. We can shout and we can laugh We can give a whip-cream bath We can hope … Continue reading

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Unexpected Adventure

Anne Murray knew she was a singer. It was the gift of her soul. But tired of doing the same ole thing, she was trying a new adventure. Tennis had been the sport chosen by her father for their family. … Continue reading

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