Hope for the Hurting

WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF….

WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF….

"What would you do, if you weren't afraid to fail?" I've always found encouragement in that quote, perhaps because for me, fear of failure has nagged me like a gnat since I was a small child. I'd push those thoughts aside only for them to fly right back in, and buzz...

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CHANGE: The GOOD, The BAD, and The UGLY

CHANGE: The GOOD, The BAD, and The UGLY

I still cannot believe that it is already 2012! I've always heard that time passes more quickly the older you get, but this is ridiculous. I can still recall putting the Christmas decorations away from a year ago as if it were last week (perhaps because that's when we...

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THE GIFT OF MEMORIES

THE GIFT OF MEMORIES

Heavy sigh... The holidays are over. Christmas and New Years have come and gone, and we have started another year, 2012. Our visit with my in-laws was another one we will cherish. I love watching them interact with my family. My husband actually enjoys the tasks on...

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Merry…Wedding!?

Merry…Wedding!?

Aaaah. The week after Christmas, before a brand new year begins. It seems that just about anyone I saw or spoke to this week I'd ask "How was your Christmas?" followed by, "Are you ready for the New Year?" The responses were varied, although all were positive. "It was...

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Unlikely Souvenirs

Unlikely Souvenirs

This was one trip I was totally unprepared for. No packing list. No suitcases out a week in advance. No researching excursions. For that matter, no idea where I was going aside from a plane headed to Ft. Lauderdale to a cruise ship to head out to sea. People asked,...

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All is Calm

All is Calm

Silent Night, Holy Night...All is Calm, All is Bright. Christmas is officially over. It's a touch of bittersweet. The planning, the anticipation, the shopping, the wrapping, the cleaning, the decorating, the wrapping, the grocery shopping, the baking, the wrapping,...

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The Sound of Dependence

The Sound of Dependence

It was a strange sound, but a rather endearing sound at that. I looked down to hear the soft whimpering cry of my office mascot…a little 9 pound Pomeranian named Madison. She came to us from a breeder when she was four years old, very timid and meek. The other...

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Personalities and fonts

Personalities and fonts

I find the whole concept of fonts interesting.Fonts are a lot like people.They have their different moods, and even with their basic personality they can be emblazoned with bold passion, or even a tad emotional in their italics.Some fonts are fun and not too...

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Heartfelt Prayers of a Little One

Heartfelt Prayers of a Little One

I love the prayers of children. They are so honest. They don't sensor their thoughts or hide their fears. They don't aim to impress nor do they worry about their vocabulary or what people might think. It is the prayers of my own children that moves me to consider that...

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Dr. Michelle Bengtson

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