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How do you count your daily blessings? No matter what each of us are going through (how many can say their life is without a ‘going through’ of some kind?), we need not look very far to find a blessing. … Continue reading
Can you tell I haven’t been sleeping well lately? With autoimmune it’s kinda like a box of chocolates. Go to bed exhausted and ya still never know what you’re gonna get. Thankfully, this too shall pass. The Bible has much … Continue reading
This poem does not reflect on my mood or my thoughts, even though I found it on an old page of notes. Most of us face sorrow, eventually. Some more than seems fair. And there IS consolation for everyone! The … Continue reading
I think most people would say they’re trying to cope with something. It might be physical or emotional pain or any number of situations involving family or relationships. But take heart…HOPE rhymes with cope! Jesus said, “I have told you … Continue reading
This was my first attempt at writing an ‘elfchen’ on a challenge from a poet friend on Instagram. I had to start with the word abated.
written after a sweet weekend with my childhood friend who came to town….