Viewpoint of Grace

             I spent some time with my mother yesterday.  It was my father’s 81st birthday.  Part of my gift to him was to remove my mom from the room.  He doesn’t ask for much.  Mostly, we’re all surprised that each of us has lived this long.         […]

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Perfectly Adequate

             Still sick.  Still going to the hourly-wage job.  (Although, this week will be easier than last, and next.)              What I’m learning in all of this chaos and phlegm and exhaustion is that, as in so much of Life, it’s simply NOT that big […]

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At Present

             Any time I’m in a car, sitting* quietly, not driving nor moving, and it’s rainy, I have pioneer wagon-train flashbacks.  This past week our family went west.  It was glorious, and not at all like the original journey. *Turns out, I do this maybe more than most people.  Huh. […]

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Soul Pleasing

             So much of our journey is about education.  And then, as we gain knowledge, it turns in to perception.  When we learn of history and purpose, we become better suited, more at ease, happier.              We move forward, ever spiraling upward, always gathering wisdom […]

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