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INKY CONDITIONS - Dementia Has Dad

A bad week leads to something maybe good. I visited Dad and he didn’t know who I was. Sat in the car and wept.

The next day showing a lovely friend the progress of my illustration series, INKY CONDITIONS (also to be shared here shortly), we connected the stories I was telling. 106 more words

Family History

On a Sunday?

I have a new house and I have my own space.  Which is nice.

In the last place we lived in, I tried to setup my own space but it was so nice that my son took it over.  197 more words

House

What Drives Her?

Heyo Friendos!

First, I’d just like to express intangible gratitude to be finished with the semester (and halfway done with my SENIOR YEAR of college). In all honesty, it reallllllly wasn’t that bad–mainly just trying to finish all my projects and papers on time. 626 more words

Slice Of Life

Daily Verse

“Ah, Sovereign Lord , you have made the heavens and the earth by your great power and outstretched arm. Nothing is too hard for you.

Jeremiah 32:17

Faith

The Year Our Christmas Presents Changed

Our family Christmases were idyllic, if simple. Each year on Christmas Day, we would all open our presents. My sister and I would get doll clothes (this was when you got outfits, not multiple Barbies) and plush animals, Spirograph and paint-by-numbers, and such. 502 more words

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Ryan T. Anderson lectures on marriage and why it matters

Here’s the lecture:

About the speaker:

Ryan T. Anderson researches and writes about marriage and religious liberty as the William E. Simon Fellow at The Heritage Foundation.

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