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Embracing the new normal

In seminary I searched for my denominational identity. I had always been a Baptist, but that label came with a lot of baggage. I tried on a few other denominations that first year, but none of them really fit. 249 more words

Walden and Laudato Si

I’m still struggling through Laudato Si it just seem to constantly remind me of Walden, a book I struggled to read in college. Both are very dense works and you need to be in that mindset to read either one.  319 more words

Religion

July 27th Lake George Reunion

Sometimes I really am a princess. I never know exactly how to behave at big, multi-generational family gatherings because they weren’t part of my own childhood. 487 more words

Handsome Chef Boyfriend

The Spaces that Hold Our Gardens and Barbs

This post is part of the #wholemama summer series started by blogger Esther Emery. Last week’s theme was SPACE. Even though I didn’t write in time to add it to the Tuesday link-up, there are posts focusing on “space” from  888 more words

FAMILY (and FRIENDS)

DON'T PUT US OUT TO PASTURE YET...WHAT MILLENNIALS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT OLDER WORKERS

I recently wrote about what Gen Xers and Boomers need to know about Millennials in the workplace. In that article, I promised to present the other side and here it is! 777 more words

Attitude

House 3

In a kitchen cupboard are four electric irons lined up in row at an angle like parked cars. I think a certain generation found it very hard to get rid of things – to throw them out even though these were never used and may have been broken.

Memory

Controversy About "Fun"

I saw this today and it really hit home.

Although I’m not promoting the corporate sponsor, I think the content and message is thought-provoking enough that I felt compelled to share it. 77 more words

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