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Tweet Yesterday was my 31st birthday, and Anna’s gift to me was throwing up all over our kitchen at 7:00am.  Happy Birthday, Mommy!  Needless to say, the breakfast Jonathan was cooking for me at the time became much less appetizing. As she cried and Jonathan grabbed rags, my first instinct was to feel very, very […]

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Collecting Stones

by Lesley on December 6, 2012 · 2 comments

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TweetThe skies have been gray for days now, and KCRA 3 meteorologists keep saying the storm is supposed to arrive any minute. I suppose they’re right. The wind is becoming stronger and stronger—kicking up newly dropped leaves into a whirlwind of fury. Our backyard squirrels, usually playful and active at this time of day, are […]

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More than enough

by Lesley on December 5, 2012 · 5 comments

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Tweet When I was a senior in college I spent a week at Taize, a community in the countryside of France. It’s considered an ecumenical monastic order, composed of about 100 brothers of Catholic and Protestant traditions who come from around the world. Some call it one of the world’s most important sites of Christian […]

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Tweet Earlier this week I mentioned how we spent a very long time in the car over Thanksgiving. Sunday, in particular, tested our patience. What I didn’t say is that we are very thankful for a divine stop off Highway 99 at Bravo Farms. I’d just woke up from a cat nap when we started seeing […]

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{Guest Post}: Hurricane Pizza

by Lesley on November 21, 2012 · 6 comments

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TweetToday I’m certain to be a stress case preparing for Thanksgiving travels, so I’ve lined up a guest post by my friend Tim. I’ve never met Tim in real life, but we’ve corresponded on each other’s blogs. In fact, I actually “met” Tim when e-mailed me a few months ago with some constructive and encouraging […]

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