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An All-time Favorite

Well, friends, today I publish my 300th post on this blog. Three… hundred… It boggles my mind. To celebrate, I’m sort of taking the day off and re-posting my sweet mother-in-law’s all-time favorite. (It’s one of my favorites, too.) This one first … Continue reading

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Symphony Stretch

It all started when I got a postcard advertising the Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s concert featuring The Pines of Rome, which I thought I remembered Brent mentioning. So I texted him: Isn’t “Pines of Rome” your favorite piece? He answered right … Continue reading

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Sewing Machine: Tool, or Enemy?

I haven’t had any trouble with my appliances in quite a while. (Click here if you don’t know what I’m talking about.) It’s been so long, in fact, that when Brent asked me to sew circles of Velcro backing onto … Continue reading

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Condiment Conflict

My husband, Brent, and I are usually pretty compatible. We both like reading, bicycling and ice cream. We enjoy the same music. I like to cook, he likes to eat. (Okay, so do I.) Sometimes we even agree on the … Continue reading

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Of Hanes and Honeycombs

It all started last Tuesday evening, when Brent didn’t feel up to par and skipped his usual weekly meetup with those hammerhead bicycle racers he rides with. I went on to attend my writers’ group meeting, and the Board dinner … Continue reading

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Summer Renewal

Some of my friends over at Soli Deo Gloria are blogging about their summer. Jen wanted to know whether we had enjoyed an especially refreshing vacation; or let go of something that we needed to release; or gained a sense … Continue reading

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Runs In the Background

My husband, Brent, is one of the most generous, most unassuming and least demanding guys I know. Like a system scan on the computer, he “can run in the background while you do other work.” And he does. If he … Continue reading

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