Monthly Archives: September 2010

To obey is better than sacrifice

Some of you are too young to remember Keith Green, but he was both a musical and spiritual hero of mine growing up in the 1970’s.  He used a lot of Scripture in his lyrics, and to this day, when I read those words in the Bible, a song starts playing in my head.  Such […]

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Overflow

I hadn’t intended to blog today, just because everyone and their grandmothers seem to be sharing 9/11 memories.  Then I read a friend’s blog, and she talked about sharing her memories for her kids’ sake. I do think it’s important for them to know how I felt because the initial hours of the attacks forever […]

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Love is blind

Have you ever felt betrayed by someone?  If you live on this planet, your answer to that question should be “yes”, if you’re being honest.  Whether it be a friend, a spouse, a co-worker or a neighbor, people are inevitably going to disappoint me at times.  It’s just a fact of life, and it should not surprise me […]

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Sweet freedom

Freedom…what many mothers are experiencing today, the first day of school!  I’m experiencing it too, though not in the same way.  The first day of school for home schoolers means MORE work, and the kids are still around! A few months ago, I blogged about the word “freedom” (read the whole post here).  For weeks […]

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