Monthly Archives: June 2012

Hope: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

How can I wrap being thankful up with a touch of forgiveness and living in the present all in one blog post? That’s a tall order for any closet writer but that’s what I’m feeling right now. Yesterday was a … Continue reading

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Thank God It’s Friday… Well, Yesterday!

Thankfulness is like a muscle that needs to be exercised. I’m inherently a thankful person but I sometimes forget to remember. To counter this too-busy-to-notice syndrome, I find that actually writing about the things I have to be grateful for is … Continue reading

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Tis the Season… The Season of CSE Stress!

Two months ago it started; I asked for a team meeting. I needed information as I was considering a summer camp program for The Boys. I requested input regarding what their summer recommendation might look like. I asked what “the … Continue reading

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