Monthly Archives: August 2014

What Can Happen In A Second?

One second. So short. But much can happen. For me, these things happened in a second. I accepted Christ and my destiny changed to heaven! My world changed as a teenager when I was told my dad had cancer. I … Continue reading

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Dad’s Hands

Dad’s Hands Seventeen years is a long time to miss you, dad. It seems so long ago since you were here on this earth. There are so many things I miss about you. I know this is odd, but one … Continue reading

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The Real Laura Ingalls Wilder

The first time I learned of Laura Ingalls Wilder, I was in the fourth grade at Monterey Elementary School in Ohio. I can still picture the small library and even the very shelves where her books were kept. I would … Continue reading

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It’s the Simple Things

Life can be complicated. It can be really busy. So busy that you forget to stop and “smell the roses” as the saying goes. As we all do, I get very busy…so much to do…time gets away from me. What … Continue reading

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How I Learned To Love NASCAR

NASCAR. I had no interest. Cars. Dirty tracks. Going in circles. So many laps. Yuck. Why would anyone like it? I heard from a friend about a camp begun by the Petty family. You know, as in Kyle and Richard … Continue reading

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The truth about being a special need’s mom

I use this blog as a way to get things off of my chest and to write things to help me remember how I feel in different stages of life. Most days, I live our “normal” life…get up, clean house, … Continue reading

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