Monthly Archives: November 2009

Our Empty Thanksgiving Table

Our table was completely empty this Thanksgiving. We had planned on a family dinner here in our dining room for 8 – Gordon and myself, our three sons, our daughter-in-law, our new baby granddaughter and a friend. We cancelled Thanksgiving … Continue reading

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Avoiding Bad Shoe Days

Here’s a picture of my morning prayer walk shoes. Do you think it might be time to retire them? I’m not fussy about the stains on them, but I know it’s time for new prayer shoes when the material on … Continue reading

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A Salute to My Veterans – My Father, My Husband and My Sons

I found myself getting a little emotional today on Veteran’s Day. That’s because veterans aren’t an anonymous group of strong men marching in a parade. They are my father, my husband and my sons. My late father enlisted in the … Continue reading

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Lesson from the Triplets on My Vision Walk

I run into the triplets at their school bus stop many mornings on the vision part of my prayer walk. One minute I’m praying for someone with a vision for a comfort blanket ministry and the next minute I’m watching … Continue reading

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