Monthly Archives: October 2010

It All Makes Sense Now….

I’ve been trying to write out a reflection for an upcoming church devotional, and I keep getting either writer’s block, or sidetracked. Never before have I felt the weight of Virginia Woolf’s  A Room of One’s Own like I do … Continue reading

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An Unusual Baptism Story

My son’s baptism did not go as planned. Actually, we hadn’t planned it yet. When Zach was in the emergency room after having a seizure at home, and another one after a spinal tap, he was baptized. It was May … Continue reading

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The Tiny Humans Are At It Again…….

I’m outnumbered. There are three of them, and one of me. Even when the big man is home, we’re still outnumbered. But right now it’s just me. And I’m trapped beneath one of them, who lately will only sleep while … Continue reading

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A Modern Day Norman Rockwell Painting….

One of my husband’s numerous house projects took a giant leap towards completion over the weekend. When we bought our house five years ago, the landscaping consisted of wood chips scattered up to three feet away from the structure. We … Continue reading

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No Ordinary Trip to the Zoo

We made it to the children’s zoo today, for the first time this year. That’s right, five days before it closes for the season. We’ve had a few things happen this year to make it that way. It was Zach’s … Continue reading

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Addiction

I have two strong addictions, and I have no desire to completely rid myself of either of them. The first step to recovery is admitting you have a problem. Well, I’m admitting it, but I don’t want to change it. … Continue reading

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Babywearing

I gave birth to my third son, Zachary, in January. My pregnancy was difficult, and because of it, I always worried about him. When he was just under four months, Zach fell critically ill with bacterial meningitis (a story for … Continue reading

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