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Morning Light

First, this from Spurgeon:

“The tender heart of Jesus waits to hear our griefs, let us pour them into His patient ear.”

We seek a listening ear in not only in all people but all things. 313 more words


The WXO: A Wrestling Promotion About Nothing

Brian Damage

If the name Howard Lipkint doesn’t sound familiar…he does have his place in professional wrestling lore. You see, back in January of 2000, Lipkint along with Ted Dibiase formed a start up national wrestling promotion. 308 more words



Chasing after repressed memories and rusting dreams.

Because, as Joy Kogawa writes, “all our ordinary stories are changed in time, altered as much by the present as the present is shaped by the past. 115 more words

The Cost of Forgetting (part 3)

Time for the third set of images from my current series. The glass objects are some of my favorite in this series of multiple exposures. I love the distortion that happens, and they have a bit more of an ethereal feel to them in my opinion. 46 more words


Music Monday: Remebering My Uncle

My Uncle Tommy died in 1993 at the age of 39. He mostly kept to himself but I always thought he was cool. He was the only other person in my family that liked the same kind of music I did. 14 more words


What to do when School Starts

As I write this it’s almost Labor day, and I’ve been thinking a lot about you Moms with kids of every age starting back to school – thinking about transitions and All Of The Feelings. 604 more words


Remember when…

My earliest memory as a child is of my mother holding my hand. I remember peering out from behind her leg; I must have been about 4 or 5, and as I looked at the other little girl in the room, fear gripped me and I squeezed her hand even tighter. 755 more words

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