Monthly Archives: February 2011

Media Free Mondays – Day 1

As many of you know, I write a column for a regional parenting magazine, Coulee Parenting Connection.  Last week my editor and I were discussing possible topics for future articles, and I wound up volunteering my family for an experiment which should provide great material for my next editorial. I had just finished reading a […]

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The difference of a day

Twenty-four hours ago, friends welcomed their third child into the world.  Other friends were preparing to say goodbye to their wife and mother who is stricken with an incurable brain tumor. Twenty-four hours ago, someone I know adopted a new pet.  Another dear friend was told her pet has only a few months to live. […]

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A rant about dogs and leashes

I don’t often go on a rant on this blog, but I’m about to right now.  That’s what will happen when your 21-pound beagle takes on a full grown St. Bernard in defense of your other beagle. Once a week, I drop off my daughter at her piano teacher’s house, and I have a half-hour […]

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Help is on the way!

“But as for me, I will always have hope; I will praise you more and more.”  Psalm 71:14 “I never thought this would happen to me.” “I just don’t know what to do anymore.” “I’m not even sure God is listening to me.” “That’s it, I give up.  It’s hopeless!” I have several friends going […]

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