Monthly Archives: December, 2012

Happy New Year!

The attached message  bests describes my wish for you in 2013   Be sure to watch it to the end.  Brother David’s part is my favorite.  Many thanks to my friend, Dianne, for sharing.   Patsy

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I will Light Candles this Christmas

I Will Light Candles this Christmas By Howard Thurman I will light Candles this Christmas, Candles of joy despite all the sadness, Candles of hope where despair keeps watch, Candles of courage for fears ever present, Candles of peace for tempest-tossed days, Candles of grace to ease heavy burdens, Candles of love to inspire all …

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A name to remember…

Do you recall trying to decide on a name for your children?  This was a hard decision for my husband and I.  How in the world do you choose something that will stay with a person for their entire life?  To complicate things, both of our children were born prematurely and we were unprepared with …

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A Broken heart…

My heart is heavy today and I feeling the emotion of sadness.  A little of my history first.  I envy people who can cry.  I think crying is such a cleansing way of releasing so many emotions. As you know, I believe strongly in using all the tools we have to deal with emotions, so …

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