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Cleaning gutters, hanging lights, and judging others

A couple weekends ago, my son and I tackled the oh-so-lovely job of cleaning the gutters on our house, followed by the much more pleasant task of hanging Christmas lights. (For those of you new to my blog, I love Christmas. Our house and deck are completely encircled...

When God’s ways are hidden

  In October my family took a trip to Moab, Utah, for my brother’s wedding. While planning the visit I discovered that Moab is the home of Arches National Park, which immediately went to the top of the list of things we must see while there. Because our time in...

The transforming power of a grateful heart

I wasn’t exactly mad, but neither was I thrilled with my friend’s suggestion. It was my first Thanksgiving overseas. I was homesick for my family, missing all the holiday traditions I dearly loved, and horribly sick with all-day sickness. (I refuse to call...

A little accountability goes a long way

Near the end of September, I determined October 1st would be New Year’s Day for me. Depending on how you look at it, I’m either extremely late, or a few months early. Let’s go with early. 🙂 So I set myself some goals. There were a few writing goals,...