Monthly Archives: December 2012

The Blessing of Sharing Life

In my mind I’m a “do-er”, but the more I think about it I realize it doesn’t really play out like that in my actual life.  I always hold lofty ideas of things I can do for people, and then … Continue reading

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Greensboro is Home

I can feel it gnawing it me and I know I need to address it.  This familiar feeling of being left out tried to make itself known last night and then again this morning, but I tried to ignore and … Continue reading

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Advent Longings

I love the season of Advent. It accurately portrays what life is usually full of—waiting. We’re always waiting for something better to come along, some change to happen, some dream to come true. Maybe it’s a bigger house or a … Continue reading

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“Bleh” to Responsibility

It’s been a hard weekend, and for no particular reason. I don’t have whiny kids, a mortgage, or a terminal illness. I’m not homeless, jobless, or friendless. But there are still days when life just seems like too much, and … Continue reading

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