Author Archives: For Glory Sake!

Itch or No Itch!

I have to tell you what happened… Family arrived, the sun was hot, waves were crashing, sand waiting- I was not gonna miss this! I hoped not to scare any little children and just went with the crowd. The rash … Continue reading

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A Bit Plagued…

Maybe it’s all for the sake of humility, but I prefer to hope it’s for His Glory… I’ve been diagnosed with a case of Pityriasis rosea (don’t look it up-yuck!) or a virus on the skin- like a cold. My … Continue reading

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Working Up An Attitude

“Discontentment is having what you don’t want, or wanting what you don’t have.” This phrase was spoken so often by my radio mentor Elisabeth Elliot that I finally wrote it down and tacked it up along with her equally stated, … Continue reading

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I Married My Soulmate

I have now heard and read (several times in fact) of an opinion held by some well-known authors and speakers (and some unknown…) that the idea of a of a God-given, one-of-a-kind, match made in heaven is impossible, impractical and … Continue reading

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Personalized Humanity

Transit trains. Security check lines. Airport terminals. People, people, people! My husband and I got away for some much needed R&R this weekend which started with a morning of travel before the plane even left the airport. Traveling is an … Continue reading

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Family Stew

My grandfather owned a house at the beach. Which meant that every summer our family, cousins and other relatives squeezed in together and enjoyed a few days or weeks in each other’s company. This tradition of vacation and family lasted … Continue reading

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A New Normal

Mom apparently fell again and hit her head “hard on a dresser.” She casually tells me this over breakfast. She refuses to see the doctor or go to the hospital, so we watch her closely -all day. I can’t see … Continue reading

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Diet For The Tongue

SATURDAY, MAY 18, 2014 James. What a book to study! It gets me every time with all that uncontrolled tongue talk. I tell my two chatty daughters (like me), “Your mouth will be your biggest asset and your greatest downfall.” … Continue reading

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Privileged

I read an article recently about the privileged people of America (students in particular studying at Ivy League colleges) and it got me thinking…. With my parents and all their memorabilia and family stories, a way has been prepared for … Continue reading

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Together-finally

24/7! That’s what it’s been since returning from the hospital and picking up a moving truck! We have not stopped moving- literally (except Easter Sunday & that was more from exhaustion than anything else). Our family cleared out our home … Continue reading

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