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The Enemy Can’t

No, The Enemy Can’t!  A God Story… The arrival of some bad news early Sunday morning. Fear gave way to a decision to surrender and a determination to trust God. Monday morning on a walk to the post office, a song came into my mind. I found myself repeating the chorus of that song all […]

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An Insider’s Take on Depression and Anxiety

– A First-Hand View An inside view of clinical depression and anxiety disorder. Raw honesty from a friend’s daughter. She shares her story with the hope of helping others.  I read her blog and asked for permission to repost it on my blog as a Guest Post. She agreed.   Her name is Jackie Wasser and […]

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The Thin Blue Line

I was asked if I might mosaic something for the upcoming silent auction to honor law enforcement.  I said I’d be honored to create something.  I decided upon this tray that I have titled, The Thin Blue Line.  Described in this way: The “Thin Blue Line” stands for law enforcement’s separation of order from chaos, […]

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The Watering Pitcher

Mosaics My mosaics are my love. This watering pitcher was sold and shipped out today. I quick took a few more pictures of it sitting next to some of my hostas and resting on the farmhouse porch.  It will make its way to Virginia and have a happy home with a friend.  You can find […]

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Me Too Matters

We all have stories. And we must share. Not with the world, perhaps. But with someone. We’ll learn pretty quickly who we can share our stories with. And to what extent we unearth the details.  #MeToo is a powerful movement because “me too” speaks so intimately with our fears.  It talks directly to the little […]

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Accepting Me as Me, Can I Really?

Accepting Me as Me This is a tough topic. Partly because as I ask the question – Can I really get to the deepest parts of me and say ‘yes’ I accept me as I am?– I realize I’m not even sure I can accept others as they are!  It’s pretty darn complex. Too complex […]