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Category Archives: Shalom
That is always the thing: to make a point of moving slow enough through life to really see. From Ann Voskamp’s post today. Ah, in a sentence she sums up what I’ve been working on in many ways this past … Continue reading
The late afternoon light has always seemed magical to me. That space where the sun has just set, but it’s not yet dark, that ethereal light that fades so quickly that we often miss it, bent over some task or … Continue reading
We live on almost 3 acres on a road that still counts as rural, at least to our mail carrier, even though husband swears that being 10 minutes from a major grocery store doesn’t count as rural (but he grew … Continue reading
It seems to me as I go on through the years that instead of making resolutions for new years, I come up with word themes. Sometimes these themes last for more than a year. I stayed on “Be” for several, … Continue reading