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Every Day Is a Miracle

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"There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle. I prefer the latter." -Einstein

Four reasons to boycott Salvation Army: LGBTQ, women, immigrants, and non-Christians

I wrote about the Salvation Army in 2010 and 2011, but this issue is now more important than ever with the rights o

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Last night at our choir board meeting, I had everyone share their favorite holiday song. One of the members mentioned "Light One Candle." Yes, this is the song we need right now!I first discovered this song, written by Peter Yarrow, on the Pet

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Here it is, five days after the election, and I'm still feeling rage.I am not usually an angry person. But I do not remember ever feeling this angry, for this long.I feel rage at the media who spun the stories about Hillary, Benghazi, and who-cares-about-her-stupid emails, and those on t

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Listening to Michelle Obama's impassioned speech this morning in New Hampshire made tears run down my face. More than anyone else, she is capturing how I feel about this week in politics. The speech is a "must watch" for all women, and for all

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In early August, I shared that I'd received news that my cholesteatoma had returned and that I'd have to have a modified radical mastoidectomy. And now that's changed again: the surgery will be

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I have a quiet moment alone tonight to reflect on the life of my oldest son, Chris, who turns 20 on Tuesday, August 23. Twenty years since:

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I've long believed that babies who were born in distress...whether that's prematurity or any other kind of medical trauma...have a truly unique wisdom and a love for life. They often seem older than their years, even if they have developmental delays. Yes, they face much higher chances of problems later on, and the media us

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April turned out to be a great reading month--I enjoyed all of these books. Click the title to read my full, more detailed reviews at Marie's Book Garden...these are just brief snapshots.Fiction

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Today ends my month of blogg

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Thank God for feminism, because a

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This is Brian Doyle's love letter

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I've not been keeping up with my book summaries on this blog, so I have some catching up to do! And it's almost the end of April! Click the title to read my full reviews at Marie's Book Garden.Fiction

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I did add the wor

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Safety net.

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For the past 25 y

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This week

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Just in time for Earth W

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Today, a prayer f

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Yes, even a prayer for the man wh

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Nurses cared for me 

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Yes, it rains a lot in Portland.

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I'm veering from The Book

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Here's to the honesty, logic, and

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