Monthly Archives: March 2016

Crying in the Rain

When I was a child I used to think that rain and thunderstorms were God bowling in heaven, with every clap of thunder being a strike or a spare on God’s scorecard.  These days the rain has different meanings to … Continue reading

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Joy! Joy! Joy!

Kind gestures happen thankfully when I least expect it and most need it!  The gestures that I find to be really special are from children, and no, I don’t mean my own children.    During the passing of the peace … Continue reading

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Life After Death

Death has been on my mind of late.  No I have never had a life after death experience officially, although I came within five inches of meeting Jesus when I was out running last year as a distracted driver nearly … Continue reading

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Muscle Memory

As a child I took countless hours of piano lessons, some eagerly, some reluctantly, but always with fruitful outcomes.  As a undergraduate college student, back in the day, I would find great solace and stress release by playing the piano.  … Continue reading

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Outpouring

Overwhelmed.  Overwhelmed is what I feel a lot lately.  Have a terminally ill parent in concert with work, stress, young children, and well, life, can be trying for those even with the strongest of constitutions.  However, when said terminally ill … Continue reading

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Hats Off

Back in the day I worked for the State of Nebraska doing data and statistical analysis for the Medicaid program and I had a wonderful boss, Mary Steiner, and amazing co-workers; Kim, Kryste, Tony, Eric, Robb, Julie, Gay, Bob and … Continue reading

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Lessons Along the Way

When one is driving solo for seven hours, one has a lot of time to think, and for the person who already thinks a lot, the time can create strange narratives along the way.  On the occasions when I have … Continue reading

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