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Good, Good Father

My dad has been a wonder seeker of God and His Word ever since I can remember. He prays like a poet with a mighty

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With

I am stunned by the truth that God chose to dwell with us on this groaning earth. I don’t think any of us will ever

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My Colette

(Photo taken by my dear friend, Crystal Rings) I was born the day after Christmas at 4:00 a.m. on a snowy Colorado morning back in

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How Long, Lord?

How long, Lord? Will you forget me forever? How long will you hide your face from me? How long must I wrestle with my thoughts and day after day

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The Dance

Back in 1983, President Ronald Reagan designated November as National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month, according to alz.org. I assume this was long before he knew he would also

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Sticky Note Legacy

Like a long-lost treasure—hidden in plain sight—the yellow sticky note written in my mother’s beautiful handwriting caught my eye. Alzheimer’s had stolen her handwriting several

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Twenty Things I Wish I Understood Early in My Marriage

Rick and I have been married thirty-two years today! We were married on August 25, 1984 on a hot summer day in Sioux City, Iowa. We spent the first 20 years of our marriage moving every two to three years, including several years in Brazil and China for Rick’s job.

Now settled in the mountains of Colorado Springs, we can both testify that these are our favorite years together.

I love this season of our empty-nest-almost-grandparents life.

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Opening Ceremony

I awoke this morning to headlines saying the “highlight” of the opening ceremony for the Olympic Games in Rio was the long walk of a

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