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Ending 2012 with Food for Thought

As I mentioned in yesterday’s post, Biltrix nominated me for the Food for Thought Award! Thank-you so much! If you’re not familiar with Biltrix’s blog, please go have a look! This is really an incredible and humbling nomination. The Food

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Posted in 2012, Award, Peaceful, Religion, Spirituality, Uncategorized

Many Thanks to You!

During the first half of 2012 I was nominated for a variety of blog awards.  Somehow, I managed to keep up with the posts that can accompany the nominations. Well, in the last half of 2012 I have to admit

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Posted in 2012, Award, Personal, Thoughts, Uncategorized

The Late Night Intruder (Revisited)

In celebration of my brother David’s birthday, I’m reposting one of my earliest stories.  It’s a true family favorite that takes place when my brother and I were in college. ********* My brother and I were in the kitchen burning

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Posted in 2012, Family, Family history, Personal, Uncategorized

The Old Football Injury

Many people find this time of year reflective.  I’m no different. This week I happen to be off of work, so I’m enjoying some writing time. That being said, over the past few weeks I haven’t written my typical two

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Posted in 2012, Personal, Thoughts, Uncategorized

Christmas 2012

Peace and blessings to all this Christmas Day. Venite adorémus, venite adorémus, venite adorémus Dominum.

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Posted in 2012, Christmas, Faith, Personal, Religion, Spirituality, Uncategorized

December 24th – Remembering the Day We Met

I posted this story one year ago.  As it’s one of my favorite stories I’ll tell it again after making an adjustment for the timeline. ******** It was Christmas Eve, 1977.  I was nineteen. Earlier in the week I was

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Posted in 2012, Christmas, Family, Family history, Personal, Uncategorized

When Words are Not Enough – Newtown, CT

I don’t have eloquent words to express the grief that I feel for the loss of life in Newtown, Connecticut. I think about the number of lives that are lost due to violence every day…and I wonder what it would

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Posted in 2012, Faith, Family, Musings, Personal, Thoughts, Uncategorized

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