Tag Archives: Easter

Remember what it feels like to be loved…

Our home swells with grown children returned home, family gatherings, and a granddaughter who can wipe away your blues with a smile. Easter weekend, I sigh, a time to celebrate our Lord’s resurrection and to enjoy our growing family, with all … Continue reading

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Because it is Easter Morning

It’s Easter morning and I feel disconnected from myself and from my Savior. Perhaps rushing has taken its toll; there never seems to be enough time to get everything done that I need to do. Call it modern living or … Continue reading

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The Treasures of Family

Easter was a wonderful day spent with family and a couple of our close friends. We milled in and outside of my parents’ home, warmed by the sun that danced upon the green Leona Valley hills of my childhood home. … Continue reading

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Kingdoms of His Reign

When Jesus walked upon this earth, people tried to make Him their king. Yet, he eluded the crowds and touched the one: one woman who bled, one crippled man who longed to walk, one wayward disciple who denied his master. … Continue reading

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Night Whispers

Is it presumptuous to believe that we can receive and record night whispers? I think not. Even if we err in our accuracy, I believe the heavens are gracious and God patient. READ THE ENTIRE POST…

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The Missing Element

We humans were never intended to walk through this world along. Now, I’m not talking about the blessings of family and friends, which, of course, soothe our souls in hard times and elicit laughter in times of emotional bounty. Nor … Continue reading

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Easter Delights: Floral Centerpieces with Rusty Bed Coils

My recent creative compulsion is making florals with rusty bed coils and preserved flowers from my garden. I like to juxtaposition primitive springs next to nests, birds, and feathers. This creates a magical combination that cheers family and friends that gather … Continue reading

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