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Speaking out: The Women's March

On Saturday morning, hundreds of thousands of women and men gathered in Washington, D.C. to stand for the rights of women and all those marginalized and threatened by the promised policies of our new administration.   172 more words

Advent, My Way #20

Sometimes, a Christmas card is more than a simple greeting at the holiday.

Sometimes, for the maker of the card and for those who receive it, the Christmas card has a larger message of hope and healing. 414 more words

Celebrating Hands At Home

'Twas the Night Before Christmas...on the AFM

‘Twas the night before Christmas and all through the ship,

Not a patient was stirring, no pallets or lips.

The IVs were hung from the ceiling with care, 397 more words

Nature's Echo

In response to the WordPress Daily Post on the theme of Echo:

Echo reflects a

voice heard in the distance, seen

in shimmering light.

living in promise when life is hard

“Haven’t I commanded you? Strength! Courage! Don’t be timid; don’t get discouraged. God, your God, is with you every step you take.” – Joshua 1:9…

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A Blue Hope

For six years, I’ve lived about an hour and a half from Myrtle Beach, and still haven’t gone there just to inhale its beauty.

I’ve gone there once for an appointment and once for a comedy show (laughter is medicine, you know). 3,756 more words

Blue Heron

Review: The Lullaby Sky

Title: The Lullaby Sky
Author: Carolyn Brown
Series: – –
Genre: Women’s Fiction
Length: Novel
Available: Now

After seven years of misery and abuse, it’s all over—Hannah O’Malley is officially divorced.

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