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Family, From the Heart, Looking Back

I Saw Her Today

When we take the time to see the magic in the ordinary moments, we are given the gift of truly seeing our children for who they are.

We were on our way home from a big Christmas celebration. You know the kind. Cold, windy, and long lines but the kids love it, with trolley rides, horse drawn carriages, lighted parade, and fireworks. I mean come on, who wouldn’t love that?!

After a few stops and a quick supper, we decided it was getting late. We dropped into Target for a bathroom break and a few items. I could be in and out in 10 minutes. Did I mention I was heading in there with my 5-year-old? Continue Reading

Faith, From the Heart

Jesus’ Mama

One of my favorite Christmas songs has always been “Mary did you know?” I love Mary’s heart. Her willingness to serve God could have cost her everything. Her family, her fiance,  her name, maybe even her life during that period in time. She still said yes.  I have to wonder did she really truly know what she was saying yes to? Continue Reading

From the Heart, Looking Back

I Still Miss You

I still miss you from time to time. I think about what could’ve and would’ve been. You were only in my life for such a short time but I loved you more then you know. More than I knew. I didn’t know it was possible to love someone you’ve never met.  Not until we lost you. Continue Reading