Monthly Archives: January 2013

Death Has Been Conquered

The second evening after my grandpa’s soul passed into the heavenly realms, I get a brief moment with my grandma. “Grandma, how are you doing?  Are you okay?” I ask, ready to hear the worst, not afraid to share in … Continue reading

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A Different Kind of Peace

There is something in my heart that loves movies and stories when someone moves from total sickness to health and wholeness.  Take the movie “The Lord of the Rings” for instance.  After Frodo is stabbed by the ring-wraiths he quickly enters death’s … Continue reading

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God of Big and Small

This past week I had the trauma privilege of undergoing an echocardiogram.  This is basically ultrasound technology that uses sound waves to take pictures of my heart.  I was able to see a bit of the screen as the technician … Continue reading

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5 Year Plan

Tsh (yes that’s the actual spelling of her name) over at Simplemom blog harps on the idea fact that a lot more goals get accomplished if they’re written down.  She has a post here where she lays out a 5 … Continue reading

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