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Five Minute Friday: Sing

Zephaniah 3:17 The Lord your God in your midst The Mighty One, will save; He will rejoice over you with gladness, He will quiet you with his love, He will rejoice over you with singing. Sometimes, when you are in … Continue reading

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A Momma’s Heart

I’ve been spontaneously breaking out into tears since bringing our precious baby girl home from the hospital.  When I see our perfect, beautiful baby, I am overcome by love.  So much so, that my heart aches.  My body wretches as it … Continue reading

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Caves to Castles

It’s been a long time since I’ve written anything substantial.  I moved to Connecticut, leaving the gorgeous state of Colorado in order to marry my best friend and follow him to where his job led.   I’d never really thought … Continue reading

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Rejoicing over me with songs

Some days we feel unloveable and/or unworthy of love.  Those are usually the days we need to feel loved the most.  For those of us who believe in God, the very idea of His love for us is so difficult … Continue reading

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Archery

Sometimes people can shock us at the absolute callousness, meanness, or hatred they express. It hurts even worse when it’s someone we love, trust, and have invited into our lives. It can make us jaded and mistrust people.  A relationship … Continue reading

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Silence

The people that we allow into our lives have the greatest potential to fill us with joy or hurt us most deeply.  Transient passengers that zig and zag through our paths aren’t so invested in our lives to affect us … Continue reading

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Fragile Heart

Every February 25th, I wake up sad, lethargic, and uninterested in participating in anything happening outside of my own silent room.  On this day in 2003, an amazing girl named Melissa collapsed in her mid-twenties of a heart attack and … Continue reading

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