Tag Archives: seasons

In Between

It’s Saturday, the in-between day. The one after Good Friday, but before the celebration of Easter Sunday can be fully realized. It is a day of waiting, hoping, contemplating. Our community observed this day by setting aside a room designated … Continue reading

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Back

It has been several months since I’ve written. I can justify by saying that I had moved to a foreign country and was going through a difficult time (which is true), that the internet was frustrating here (oh, it is), … Continue reading

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Advent in a tropical climate

I find that my body is attuned to seasons. After 29 years of fall, spring, winter, and summer, I expect each season to come, in that order. When one season is done, I am ready for the next one. I … Continue reading

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Sowing Seeds is an Act of Faith

In the morning sow your seed, and at evening withhold not your hand, for you do not know which will prosper, this or that, or whether both alike will be good. (Ecc. 11:6, ESV) At the end of the school year, … Continue reading

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Coffee Confessions

Yes, I am aware that Lent ended quite a while ago, 50 days ago, to be exact, as Pentecost Sunday is today (Happy Birthday, Church!). But too often we leave our Lenten practices behind and forget to continue reflecting. So … Continue reading

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Good Questions in Hard Places

Tonight, as I sat on my back porch, and the rain fell lightly, I reflected on  recent difficulties. My husband have been in a waiting period for a while, trying to determine plans for the future. It looks as if … Continue reading

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A Wild (Snow) Goose Chase

This past week, my husband Josh and I were enjoying a lazy Sunday, hoping to get out into some natural surroundings at some point to enjoy the hints of spring in the air. We are done with the hibernation of … Continue reading

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