Slowing Down and Seeing

Addressing the elephant in the room:  I have blogged since March.  (I may blog later about why I haven’t blogged.)  Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way, we can move forward.  *smile* In an exchange of text messages with a friend last night, he asked me what is my favorite hymn and why.  […]

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Evacuate

It is my hope to be succinct.  I’m a Rouson so we’ll see. | Evacuate | In Virginia, we have been preparing for Hurricane Florence for the last few days.  At one point this category 4 hurricane was predicted to cause such devastation, that we were encouraged to know what [flood] zone we lived in, […]

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Finish.

This will be the final post of a series of three posts called, “Start. Don’t Stop. Finish.”  If you didn’t read Start. or Don’t Stop., I think you should start there and don’t stop until you’ve finished them both.  (Can that corny joke work for two posts in a row?) |Finish. | I will begin […]

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Year Five: Living in Grace

First of all… HAPPY 5TH ANNIVERSARY ACCORDING TO CHRIS! Welcome to your grace year! Before I celebrate the present and look to the future, lets reflect… It all started with a whole lot of inspiration from Pinterest and a random idea to start a blog…  What the heck was I thinking?  I wasn’t popular so […]

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Same Situation, Different Disposition

The scenario goes like this: You are telling your friend about what happened to you today…. Someone cut you off in traffic, the job withheld your check, the lady at the grocery store cut you in line. You can fill in the actual factuals. Either way, your friend immediately chimes in with “If it were […]

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Slow Down….

To my disgrace, I logged into my blog site to discover I have not written a post since September 12th…It has been over a month since I have written! (YiKES!) This was so disturbing to me because According to Chris is my baby, something that I birth that was intended to touch as many people as […]

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We Vow to Remember… 9.11.01

Just as if it happened this morning, we all can remember where we were, what we were doing, and what was happening the moment we heard the news that one of the twin towers had been hit. We all remember the rushing agony to hear that the second tower had been hit. We can still […]

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