Category Archives: Jesus’ coming

Wedding RSVP

Last weekend Peter and I attended the wedding of a young woman who has a special place in our hearts. Besides being one of our daughter’s best friends, the bride spent a year living with us when she was in … Continue reading

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O Christmas Tree

I love my Christmas tree! I love it because when I look at it I see many of the people I love. I see my faithful husband, Peter, when I lift my eyes to the felt-on-cardboard yellow star so carefully stitched … Continue reading

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No More Goodbyes

I know that I know that I know that we are made for eternity. There’s a longing in every human heart for stability, for permanence, for things to be predictable and steady.  In the swirl and chaos of how fickle … Continue reading

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“J’ai faim, Papa”

Yesterday I was out for an early morning walk in a neighborhood park. It was quiet. It was fresh and beautiful. I was alone with my thoughts and prayers. Then out of the blue there it was: a message printed … Continue reading

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A Mother’s Song

My eldest son, Joe, married the love of his life and his best friend last weekend.  What a beautiful and heart-felt service! When two people in love exchange their pledges of life-long faithfulness with tear-filled eyes and voices broken with … Continue reading

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Is it Fiction, or is it Real?

As an English major I am fascinated by literature. I love reading. I enjoy many different genres. I feed on fiction and non-fiction alike. But it’s important to know the difference. A number of years ago I read a book … Continue reading

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There Must be More

Last weekend we went camping at a provincial park we had never been to before: Lake St. Peter. It is a small campground with only 65 sites, but it’s beautiful. The campground was  nearly empty, it not being vacation season … Continue reading

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