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At Their Own Peril

Independence Day. It is my personal favorite of all holidays. There are no gifts, no elaborate feasts, no pressure to fulfill another person’s...

A Clear Vision

The name tag on his shirt said Chad, and he was bummed out in a big way. He was the windshield salesman who had...

The 12th Word of Christmas: Renewal

Christmas! The day that causes children’s eyes to glow with excitement and makes adults’ hearts swell. The day we took weeks to prepare...

The 11th Word of Christmas: Peace

It was the battle cry of a generation: “Peace!” The war protestors of the 60’s and 70’s marched, chanting that word in the...

The 10th Word of Christmas: Hope

I hope I get a bicycle for Christmas. I hope I score big in the lottery. I hope my team wins the national championship. Our minds...

The 9th Word of Christmas: FRAMILY

I’ve often joked that my family could hold a reunion in a Volkswagen bug. My husband’s family aside, my close blood relatives include...

The 8th Word of Christmas: Love

Do you remember the first time you said “I love you” to a human being who wasn’t a family member? Even more importantly,...

The 7th Word of Christmas: Giving

“It’s more blessed to give than to receive.” Decades ago, when my grandmother uttered those words, I was convinced she was old. And...

The 6th Word of Christmas: Pause

This is the day. The day you’re told only packages shipped priority will make it in time for Christmas morning. The day you...

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