Tag Archives: separation

A Sure and Certain Pain

No matter how deep the hurt or how sharp the pain, there is always hope for healing if we choose to believe in its possibility. Continue reading

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Sounds of a Sunday Evening

In both times of togetherness and separation, love keeps us close… even when we are hundreds of miles away. Continue reading

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Alone in the New Home

Faded flowers, an empty room, thoughts of love and reflections on relationships… Continue reading

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A Humbling Power

To learn that we live by grace is good; to show that grace in our living is even better. Continue reading

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Long Distance Love

I guess there aren’t too many of us who haven’t played the “What If?” game a time or two. What if I’d taken the other job? What if I’d moved back there? The game can be anywhere from interesting to torturing, amusing to masochistic. Continue reading

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Adjustment

We could hear Tango still whinnying as the truck and trailer disappeared around the curve a quarter-mile away. Continue reading

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Fresh-Milled Memories

I remember early autumns of my adolescence, helping make cider on the farm and in Kelvie Nicholson’s orchard, swapping turns at the heavy crank.

Tonight, for the first time, I miss my Dad.
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