Another equally valid point of view.

"When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of talent left, and could say, 'I used everything you gave me.'" Erma Bombeck (Saw this quote on Hanna's blog, and rather appropriate for this recent vein of conversation--atleast the one in my …

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Quotes from people I cannot name. (Sorry, people.)

Two quotes that have caused me to stop and ponder in the past week and a half. "Marriage is not about us. Marriage is about glorifying God. Marriage is about showing God's relationship to the church here on this earth." The guy who married Tony's cousin and his fiance last weekend. "Our purpose on this …

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In Absentia

In the absence of me being able to string my own words together to say something worthwhile, I will, over the next few days, borrow from some women who have strung words together in a way that is as delightful as a breeze. The first excerpt is from Tuck Everlasing byNatalie Babbitt If you've only …

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Melinda

I have a friend named Melinda. A few years back she was diagnosed with inflammatory breast cancer. She was treated for that, but just was never quite the same again. The cancer had evidently spread to her brain. She is in hospice now. Please keep her, her husband, Danny, and especially her children Evan (12) …

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