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Archive for May, 2018

   May 30

May: When everything got rolling

Matthew 6:32 Take therefore no thought for the morrow: for the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself. As I age some memories get fuzzy. My timeline becomes bemuddled, marking time based on around the relative time frame of important events in my life such as the births of my kids, the year […]

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   May 29

Carly Annalise Taryn: 10 Years Old

My daughter is 120 months old today. I truly can hardly express what a delight she is and how blessed I feel to be her mother. A close attempt is to show Then and Now photos, mainly pulling of course from old blog posts! Diederick and Carly. Rarely in photos present day, because in part […]

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   May 28

Seasons Come Seasons Go

Here’s my house, at least the front steps into it, and the big front window where I take pictures of the sunset through, capture images of the weather when it’s too windy or rainy to stand outdoors–or even just to grab a quick picture of the kids playing basketball without their noticing. Often when I […]

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   May 27

On Death and Dying

Ecclesiastes 2:16 “For there is no remembrance of the wise more than of the fool for ever; seeing that which now is in the days to come shall all be forgotten. And how dieth the wise man? as the fool. One of my significant fears used to be that I’d struggle so hard to be […]

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   May 25

I Love You

As a teenager one of the biggest emotional killers my parents could give me if I’d really displeased them was to say that if someone asked about my eligibility as a partner in courtship my parents would say I am not mature enough. Even as I type that it sounds ridiculous, if you live and […]

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