Monthly Archives: March 2013

Easter — A Knolltop Experience?

It’s Easter Sunday, and I’ve been struggling with a sense of disappointment ever since I left church this morning.  Why?  The message was good – full of the hope and promise that is Easter.  The fellowship was great – I got to … Continue reading

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To Be or Not To Be — Conformed

This blog is part of a Twitter #faithartlife link-up with the Writers Unite  Facebook group answering the question: How does faith influence your art?  I’ve been reading the posts of others in the group all week and not writing my … Continue reading

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A Tribute to a Boy

A boy died today.  He was 17, a straight-A student, accepted at Stanford and UCLA and Boston College for next fall and trying to decide where to attend.  A boy who, by all accounts, made others smile just by being … Continue reading

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That Thing Called Poetry

I was complaining not long ago to a dear friend about “today’s” poetry.  I had entered a poem I wrote in a contest for an online magazine.  It was a lovely poem in iambic pentameter, four stanzas, beautiful rhymes.  I … Continue reading

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Ever Want a Do-Over?

When was the last time you wished you could have a do-over?  Maybe it was something as big as taking a chance on a job with that new company that ended up not quite making it, or maybe it was … Continue reading

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“We’re” Pregnant?

A friend of mine called me the other day bursting with excitement that her son and his wife were expecting their first child.  “Trevor and Allison are pregnant!” she exclaimed.  And of course I ooohed and aaahed and congratulated her … Continue reading

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