Monthly Archives: February 2013

Belonging

Dear Son, I had a great day yesterday.  The sun was shining and the temperature warmed into the 50’s.         It was good to go to church to be with the family.  It may sound cold to … Continue reading

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Inventory

I am beginning to recognize myself for who I am in this ” now”. I feel better when I paint or work in clay or knit.  I feel like myself.  I feel like myself when I read.  I feel like … Continue reading

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Slippery days

Dear Son, I’ve been slipping the past few days.  I have a “to-do” list that is mocking me.  It is easier to sit, to let the day grind by without accomplishing much. I can’t stop thinking about you. Not that … Continue reading

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Insecure

Insecure.  Not secure.  I’ve often wondered about what we think is secure.  There are structures and machines and implements we use every day, trusting that they will work.  For the most part they do, until something happens.  A failure from … Continue reading

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