Monthly archives of “March 2020

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Where Will Our Hope Take Us

In times of uncertainty, our hearts long for a return to normalcy and stability. We look for comforting signs that speak of consistency as we navigate through the unknowns.  I have discovered an immense joy in the signs of approaching spring—purple crocus, bright yellow forsythia,… Read More

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Right on Schedule

What a pleasant and timely surprise!! Apparently the Bohemian Waxwings did not get the message that spring migration was cancelled due to coronavirus. They arrived on schedule for a little bathing time in our waterfall this morning! Blessings are always welcome.

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A Calm Spirit

“There is a calmness to a life lived in gratitude, a quiet joy.” Ralph H. Blum Discovering inner peace, achieving peace of mind is a worthy pursuit with a multitude of health benefits; physical, emotional and spiritual. Even though it may be difficult to feel… Read More

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Review of The Long Way Home

The Long Way Home is a work of dramatic fiction set in the 1950s in the United States and was penned by author DL Norris. Combining many different themes of love, intrigue, murder-mystery, tragedy and interpersonal drama, the action centers around widowed protagonist Maggie Davis… Read More

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Point of View

“Nothing is more beautiful than the loveliness of the woods before sunrise.” George Washington Carver A dear, elderly friend of mine once remarked, “Honey, it’s all in the way you look at things.” I’ve often recalled her insightful words of wisdom, especially during challenging seasons… Read More