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The 2020 pandemic (or pandamnic, as I am wont to call it), is as good a time as any to finally start the blog. I have been writing for awhile, and have several different projects I am working on currently.

I will share devotions, sermons, some of the articles I am working on, and my memoir about cancer.

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Rest a While

I am weary. Are you? Jesus calls all of us who are weary.  Jesus promises us rest.  Jesus provides us a safe place where we can share all of the burdens that are on our hearts.  Jesus invites us to take a break and renew our strength and our spirits so that we can getContinue reading “Rest a While”

Grandmas

When I was born, I had 8 total grandmas, including three great-great-grandmas. I also had one bonus grandma, Aunt Mae, who was my Grandma Helen’s aunt . I don’t remember two of my great-great-grandmas, Great Grandma Harris on my dad’s side (Grandma Helen’s maternal Grandma), and Great Grandma Yount on my mom’s side (Grandmother’s maternalContinue reading “Grandmas”

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