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Semi-Hibernation Awesomeness 2017: Mindful Intentions

Although Spring has begun and we are emerging from natural semi-hibernation, taking time to review this period before stepping forward is worth the time. How do we navigate the darker, deeper times in our lives? Yesterday, I decided to play … Continue reading

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Weird, Crazy, or Insane?

Nurturing has its challenges and we often call surprising actions weird, such as the green and purple streaks in your son’s friends hair when really we mean, “My how creative you are. What possessed you to be brave?” As nurturers … Continue reading

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Semi-Hibernation Awsomeness 2015 #3:The Abundance of Possibility

As Spring emerges from the darkness of winter, hope emerges in my soul.  For over thirty years I have experienced the depths except after giving birth to my three children and this year.  God was merciful to give me reprieve … Continue reading

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Semi-Hibernation Awesomeness 2014: Fare thee well or welfare?

Fuzz in thought and droop dragging on.  I know Spring has been around for a month now but some bodies just don’t follow the seasons.  For me the unwelcome visitor I call the Depths hits in February or whenever I … Continue reading

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Depth Life #8-Black Friday

It had been months since our secret portal appeared in the basement floor letting Kal and myself off to some break.  Maybe it had appeared while we were busy juggling kids, jobs, life.  It was Thanksgiving night when I went down … Continue reading

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Depth Life #4

The woman began to shake.  I took her towards the stairs and up through the laundry room floor.  Leaving her there would be cruel but I couldn’t sacrifice my family’s safety.  Putting my arms on her shoulders I guided her to … Continue reading

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