Monthly Archives: December 2010

It’s all about the baby

This morning, as I watched a beautiful snowfall and talked to Jesus, I sensed a need to pray for those who will be celebrating Christmas without a loved one, especially those who are going through their first Christmas without that special person. The snow prevented my daughter from making the trip to her dad’s, as […]

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Popcorn memories

Recently, and for no good reason whatsoever, I found myself doing that thing that “older” people tend to do: reminiscing.  And it all started over a bowl of popcorn. “Do you know, when I was a kid, my mother used to make popcorn on the stove?  In fact, she even had a ‘popcorn pan’.”  (The […]

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