Monthly Archives: November 2010

Home Sweet Home

Woke up to pitter patter against my window this morning. My first thought for the day was “how wonderful it is to have a warm, secure home and a comfy bed.” During the winter especially, my heart goes out to … Continue reading

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Authentic Friendship

I’m still on the “thankful kick”. It may take me the rest of 2010 and 2011 to divulge all that I am thankful for. My closest friends scatter the globe. Our opportunities to live and travel abroad for many years … Continue reading

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Wonderful Bob!

What a great Thanksgiving we have had with Bob’s family. Good food, good family time, good movie today (Secretariat) – can’t complain about anything. Perhaps the person I am most thankful for is my husband of 21 years, Bob! I’m … Continue reading

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Water, Precious Water!

One half of the world’s population struggles with water problems; drought, unclean water, distant water sources and many water-born diseases. Nearly one billion people lack access to safe water and 2.5 billion do not have improved sanitation. These problems are … Continue reading

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Thankful for Food!

As we prepare the big meal for today, I am ever thankful for the food that we have every day. On our long drive up the road yesterday, our family stopped for a meal. We started writing our “what we’re … Continue reading

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The Black Hole

I almost got sucked in… It’s amazing what retail inventory will do to you.  As I walked through my storeroom yesterday and looked once again at the 2000 Village Wisdom books, I thought, “I gotta get those things out before … Continue reading

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Transformation

Where have you been and what have you done that has changed your life? The responses to this question at my presentations yesterday were varied and heartfelt. For some, it was time spent in countries like Uganda, Kenya, Israel, Italy, … Continue reading

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