Monthly Archives: March 2011

Day by day

This hymn ministers to my heart these days.Day by day, and with each passing moment,Strength I find to meet my trials here;Trusting in my Father’s wise bestowment,I’ve no cause for worry or for fear.He, whose heart is kind beyond all … Continue reading

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I stand in amazement of God’s great love for us!

 One of my greatest prayers is that Daddy’s family, especially my out of town kids, will get to see him while he is still aware.  It has been difficult to see Daddy slipping away, knowing how much Nathanael, Emily, Pamela, … Continue reading

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The Next Baby Step

  Today was a difficult one, yet filled with so many blessings.  Our Hospice family has returned, and how sweet it was to see them again.  Mama’s admission into hospice was Becky’s first assignment with this company, and she was … Continue reading

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Super Moon and Regular Life

My hubby was able to get some great photos of the “Super Moon”, so I thought I’d show them to my Xanga friends.  He was so sweet the night it was to be so full and beautiful – I was … Continue reading

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Update on Daddy

 We knew this was coming.  It just seemed a long way off, or perhaps even impossible.  You just don’t think about your parents becoming frail – especially your Daddy, I think.   Most of you know that Dad has been back in the hospital with … Continue reading

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Yes, we’re back in the hospital!

Just a quick note to let you all know that Daddy is back in the hospital.  The ER doctor didn’t seem to be alarmed at his condition.  The pollen in our area is really floating through the air, so it … Continue reading

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Roller Coaster Ride

Last weekend was my weekend “off”, and it was a busy one.  Saturday, Bill and Dannye Reigh had been asked to photograph a Right to Life Banquet in our area by our dear friends, the Herzogs.  I was also invited, … Continue reading

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