Monthly Archives: July 2011

Skipping Stones

Funny how a place can take you back to a memory so suddenly and clearly that you feel it in your heart. Today I rode my bike around to the far side of the local lake, to a peninsula where … Continue reading

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Old Glass and Grace

Last summer I remarried my first husband. He proposed with a bouquet of red roses after a picnic lunch on the beach. Now we’re reforging our lives, rekindling romance, relearning who we are after the years apart.  I love people’s … Continue reading

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Canyon Walls

If you travel to Zion National Park, you will find yourself in a canyon. The rock sides are sheer and reach into the crystal-blue sky. You will feel small and wonder if these cliffs can be climbed. You learn that … Continue reading

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Sweet Freedom

This week we’ve seen many portrayals of freedom in America. Here’s a different picture, a little different angle, but a great way to think about it. Dog beach in Coronado is one of my favorite places. Hanging out there, you … Continue reading

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