Category Archives: Memorial Day

Forgetting…and Remembering

Today the whispers of memory are cloaking my heart. As I release tangible things to other people by donating, toss others into the trash, and prepare my home for new owners and memory-makers, there is a reluctance and sadness hovering. … Continue reading

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What is it You Want?

I have been stopped for several days now, in Jerusalem, trying to get to the temple. There’s a conversation unfolding there (in John 5) that has grabbed my attention.  However, God has not allowed me to get close just yet. … Continue reading

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Day opens with birds singing and flag unfurled. Coming hours hold household chores and precious minutes with family, dripping melon, sticky popsicles, hum of fans. In it all I ponder the remembering in this day. The Memorial-what I have, because … Continue reading

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