Faith

Slowing Down to the Speed of Peace

Slowing Down to the Speed of Peace

There is something about the approach of the year's end that always finds me deep in thought.  How about you? It is almost Christmas and I'm not sure how it got here so fast a...

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This Week

Where Is Your Treasure, Your Heart?

During the last couple of weeks the battle lines have been drawn. On social media and almost every place we look. 

On one side are glossy magazine covers, Pinterest pins and TV commercials urging us to make everything in our home sparkly, trendy and impeccably coordinated for the holidays…

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Simple Pleasures

With all the hustle and bustle of our hectic lives today it is so easy to lose our way. Our schedules and obligations quickly take over and we often lose sight of the simpler little joys in life that matter most.
This past week has been an emotional one to…

07 Dec 12:00 AM 2 Read More...

From Pitty Party to Celebrating Health

Working with my elderly clients and their families is an incredible job. My eyes are opened every day to just how mortal I am- we are. Even so, I live my life as if I am immune to injury, illness, and eventual death. Some of my clients have experienced a…

03 Dec 7:00 AM 0 Read More...

A Santa-free Christmas

Who would have guessed a nice old guy bringing presents to the delight of children across the globe could end up being a divisive figure? Today along with not talking about politics or religion in polite company, we probably ought to add Santa to the list. I do not wish…

01 Dec 7:00 AM 1 Read More...

Our Advent Journey Begins

As we prepare to enter the Season of Advent, I have been particularly saddened by the hate and anger and vindictiveness we are exposed to every day. Whether it is someone close to you that is treating you badly or saying hurtful things or complete strangers attacking other complete strangers…

30 Nov 11:46 AM 1 Read More...

An Epiphany on Thanksgiving

It seems impossible that another Thanksgiving Day has come and gone but I’m still basking in the afterglow. Our gathering was a smallish one this time; just eighteen of us for dinner.  We were blessed to have our entire  family, my husband’s parents, our kids and…

30 Nov 8:29 AM 2 Read More...
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