Monthly Archives: February, 2015

My “Greatest Story Ever Told”

People often ask about my faith journey. It’s too long a story for a blog post but it all sums up in a paintbrush story. By the time I was a junior in high school I was totally caught up in the seventies version of Drugs, Sex and Rock-n-Roll. By the time I was a …

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The Female Side of God, Please!

In the front of my newest prayer journal (beginning June 2014) I wrote, “Something new is happening in my life…Spring” Well, these last eight months haven’t felt like spring. They have felt like the longest, coldest, hardest winter ever. Losing my mom, losing the job I loved, my InterVarsity family. As I walked the labyrinth …

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We are BUTT dust

Okay, here’s my rant about politics and religion. I remember a day when people could agree to disagree without being mean spirited or villainizing each other. This has changed in recent years. In the past, I was proud to put a bumper sticker on my car during an election. During the last election I was …

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On-line Dating for Seniors or Dating My Mother!

Many of us in my generation are dealing with a lot of difficult issues concerning our aging parents. After my father’s death, my mom was desperately lonely. So when she came to live with us, I started dating her online. I found a free dating site, sat up a profile for her and monitored it …

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