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Dancing in my heart

Hubby was away, traveling in Texas with family to celebrate a significant accomplishment for his niece. Lil’ K and I kept each other company and snuggled in bed together. She laid her head on my chest and said, “Mama! I … Continue reading

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Preserving the Past

Fond memories of family gatherings are so becoming faded like the old photographs tucked away in albums. I recall, as a child, enjoying the company of uncles, aunties, and cousins — especially during the holidays. My mother always roasted a … Continue reading

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The Best Bodies Ever!

Every night, in addition to a bedtime story of Lil’ K’s choosing, we also read a page from her daily devotional and a story (or two or three) from her children’s Bible. Today’s devotional reading was: The children are looking … Continue reading

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Time goes by too fast

I made Dad a photobook containing pictures of our family scanned from old photo albums. As he looked at Mom’s youthful smile, he said wistfully, “it was like I just met her and now she’s gone. Time goes by too … Continue reading

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Laughter lifts the heaviness

I realized that all of my blog entries of late have been about losing Mom and the grieving process. Understandably so. Mom passed less than a month ago. It is all still very fresh. Yet, it’s not. Perhaps it’s the … Continue reading

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