Monthly Archives: February 2018

The Epiphany of Little Cloud

Dear Reader: Last Saturday when Tommy and I were watching Rutledge and Lachlan in the park near their house…Rutledge was swinging high enough to jump on a cloud…at least that was what he wished for he told Tommy and me. … Continue reading

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“I Think You Are Wonderful”

Dear Reader: I love the thought behind this little story so I selected it for you today. You are Wonderful The following true story captured my heart. It happened several years ago in the Paris opera house. A famous singer … Continue reading

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Let Go!

Dear Reader: Well, the time has finally come! The week of the Ya Ya Mid-Winter Retreat has ¬†arrived! (Only this time it is either the week of the Ya Ya End of the Winter Retreat or Early Early Spring Retreat.) … Continue reading

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Jumping to Conclusions

Dear Reader: Friday night I watched the AARP (PBS) Great Performances Annual Awards. (It was the first time this feature film achievement award show has been televised.) The wonderful actress, Helen Mirren, was being honored with a lifetime achievement award. … Continue reading

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Finding Our Voice…So Others Will Know Us

Dear Reader: In one of the daily devotionals I like to read occasionally the story of the heartfelt meeting between the risen Christ and Mary Magdalene in the garden appeared. It always touches me. If you remember the story, Mary … Continue reading

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God Never Stops Walking…

Dear Reader: Wednesday’s blog ended with this photo I took while waiting in traffic at Five Points…I just thought the fading sunlight was so pretty on the path and green foliage…everything was lighting up under the last sunbeams of the … Continue reading

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Pop!…Goes the Bradford! And so much more…

Dear Reader: When I pulled up to the house late yesterday afternoon, from keeping Eloise for Mollie to get ready for their trip, it was like the Bradford Pear had exploded blossoms while I was gone. What made the scene … Continue reading

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