A Mama’s Prayer For Mother’s Day

  It’s a simple gown.  The flannel has fuzzy little balls on the fabric, indicating its been washed and dried many times. It belonged to my babies. I was once a young mommy, too.   I’ll never forget the day I was released from the hospital after having my first born, Todd. They brought him into my room, laid him on the bed and said, “You may dress your baby now.”   “Now?” I asked. My hands...

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A Trustworthy Anchor

  Our hearts felt strangely warm….   I read today the story–that’s true–about a couple of disciples walking the road to the village Emmaus. Jesus was walking with them and they didn’t recognize him because they knew he’d been crucified and they thought he was still dead in the tomb. As they walked and talked, Jesus reminded them of what Moses and the prophets said about him. After they arrived home,...

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Let’s Take A Walk….And Enjoy Spring!

    There was honey in the air.   Don’t you love Spring? I do! Spring is absolutely the best time to enjoy flowers in the Pacific Northwest. Yesterday morning, with the sun warming our backs, we took our morning walk. It was a glorious one. The birds sang and made me want to sing. There were blossoming trees everywhere, with the scent of honey in the air.     The King Alfred trumpet their beauty…   In...

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Until You Feel Alive

  You go on and live until you feel alive again.     Call the MidWife, a television series about midwives helping women in east London, an area of poverty near the Thames River. We’ve been watching the series for several years.  Nonnatis House is where several Church of England nuns and other midwives live together and assist the women in the district when they give birth and advise in care for their little ones. There is...

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Two Weeks Later

    Are you ever wordless?   Have you ever been so excited, you couldn’t say a word? I have. What about the women–who were the  first to go to the tomb of Jesus–and discovered the stone was rolled away and the tomb empty?     Sometimes we forget what we’re celebrating.   Don’t we often take Easter for granted? We get so caught up in the now of  Easter Sunday, we forget what it is...

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