Monthly Archives: October 2011

Slowing Down

I close the front door and reach for the keys. I am balancing a baby on one hip, and carrying about three bags and a water bottle with the other arm. I am running late. There’s a lot to think … Continue reading

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Money Rules Us All

Sometimes I think money rules us all…especially in America. And let me be clear…I do not consider this a good thing. But since this is my own blog where I am able to write about my own thoughts and my … Continue reading

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I’ve been thinking a lot about love lately. Yes, the all-encompassing love I have for God. The love of thanks and passion that I have for Jesus. Yes, the wild, motherly love I have for my son. That is the … Continue reading

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10 Reasons to Sponsor a Child

God was a masterful creator. The beauty on this earth is astounding. It is so evident especially in the fall when leaves become brilliant reds, oranges, and yellows. I have been trying to focus more on stopping to witness the … Continue reading

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The Blood:Water Mission

As I have become more interested in the issue of clean water around the world, I have been looking around at different organizations which help to provide safe drinking water for people who don’t already have it. I came across … Continue reading

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Young Adults Unite

I’ve always been sort of an old soul…a home body…usually quiet and introspective. Throughout my life that has made me different from most of my peers. I enjoy curling up with a nice book and a cat on my lap … Continue reading

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The Many Faces of Me

I’m so tired of being asked, “Are you working?” Ever since Elias was born, that is probably the number one question I’ve been asked by people. Some phrase it as, “When will you go back to work?” As if it’s … Continue reading

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Making Changes

Having a child changed me in many ways. But there is one which I never expected. I’ve always been passionate about helping others. I’ve always wanted to, anyway. But I contented myself with saying things like, “I’ll go on mission … Continue reading

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