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Month: June 2018

Keep It Simple

Keep It Simple

Brene’ Brown, famed author, speaker, and researcher said that two of the most powerful words we can hear in the human language are simply, “Me too.” And I can already tell you that when I unleash this next confession, I am certain, I will hear a resounding, “ME TOO!” from many of you who likely feel the same. If you are not my mother or sweet husband, and my phone rings with your name on it (or worse, God forbid,…

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In the Garden

In the Garden

We moved into our house in mid-August.  It came on the heels of months of being in temporary living quarters while we built.  Now, this too is not our permanent home.  It’s a shop house, barn house, barndominium, outdoor kitchen… whatever people call these things to make them feel better about the fact that when they shout at their children, “Hey, close the door!  Were you raised in a barn?” you find yourself answering your own question… “Actually, yes.  This…

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When Less Becomes More

When Less Becomes More

It’s been a while.  I haven’t written in nearly two months.  I could say I have been in a writer’s slump, but I think it’s more accurately described as a life funk.  Propelling myself forward at lightning speed and allowing the chaos to overtake the quiet. Don’t get me wrong.  Life is good.  It’s more than good.  I’m crazy blessed and there is so much to be thankful for each day.  But I find myself longing for more. Lord, I…

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