I Love Sundays.

We are STILL waiting for our I800A approval from the government in order to move forward with our adoption from Colombia.  It is now day 48.  Sigh.   Sundays at our house are slow and lazy.  They’re mandatory family time as we worship at home together.  I’ve explained before why we left our church.  This morning’s sermon, […]

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Lift As You Climb.

Recently, I was reading the story of Mary Church Terrell to my kids.   She was born the year of the Emancipation Proclamation and died two months after Brown v. Board of Education.  She was a charter member of the NAACP and a proud feminist, but because she was African-American she was excluded from participating […]

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Now We Get To Be Friends.

I am not a mother who subscribes to the theory that I can be ‘friends’ with my child.  I’m sure there are some parents who have that relationship with their children.  Some of my children came to me later in life, like halfway through their childhood, so becoming their friend wasn’t my first priority.  A […]

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My Turn.

I pride myself on never getting sick.  I had enough of being sick during my late teens when I spent months upon months in the hospital.  Since that time, I have promised myself that I’m not going back.  I exercise, eat right, and do the best I can to stay healthy. I blew my streak […]

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