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December 8, 1929 & "Memories of Windermere"

Sun., 8  Henrietta & Warner come. Karl is in Chicago. Still in bed.

and a poem that was tucked into my copy of Green Mountain Echoes, printed on a little piece of paper… 231 more words

DIARIES

A Death In The Family

I feel like every death is a death in the family. I look at loss of life and I see waste, sadness, and pain. In… 277 more words

Death

The Fight

Tonight ends the last day of Chron’s and Colitis Awareness Week.

I’ve never been one to publicly talk about my disease, so writing this blog post right now is taking huge amounts of courage and bravery. 1,036 more words

Answer: The Cross

“By His stripes we are healed.”
There it is again.
I’ve heard that so often, like I’ve heard, “By the atomic bomb Nagasaki was destroyed.” 451 more words

Musing

The Problem: Self-Salvation

Thanks Tim Keller for helping me with that phrase.
– – Dear Reader,
– – You have read lots. Here’s something else. I’ve been sick with a grueling fever for the past week or so, and I’m tired of it. 402 more words

Musing

The increasing levels of discomfort

The third trimester descends, almost without me realizing. The physical and emotional roller coaster ride that is pregnancy peaks around the 28th week, and then the increasing G force and terrifying descent into what can only be described as hormonal madness takes over. 628 more words

Hot Mess

Beat the Holiday Sickness

Every year around the beginning of December I get awarded with my annual cold/flu. This year was no exception. As I woke up for work on December 1st I was hit with overwhelming nausea and head pain. 716 more words

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