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on the loss of wonder

I’ve always loved Christmas. I know, I know. It’s still too early. Well, you can go read up on the wonder of Thanksgiving elsewhere I’m sure, but please bookmark this one and come back to it when you feel it’s appropriate. Thanks! Christmas was always such a pretty and joyful time. It had a kind… Continue reading on the loss of wonder

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Day 29: Unveiled wife

The term “unveiled wife” has always made me think of the story in the bible that I have always found a little frustrating and mysterious. The story of Leah and Rachel, the two sisters who ended up married to the same Jacob, is one of attraction and confusion and deep hurt. If you don’t know… Continue reading Day 29: Unveiled wife

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you HAVE to watch this one

Seriously. It is one of the most beautiful things I’ve seen in a good long while. I am admittedly biased – the asian thing, the cute asian girl thing, the teen mom pull-on-your-heart-strings thing. But it is much more than all that. I was expecting it to be a tearjerker and make me smile, but… Continue reading you HAVE to watch this one