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Wishy, not Washy 13 May 2019

What is it about starting something new? It’s exciting, scary, daunting and challenging. It opens your mind and body to new possibility. It reminds you of past failures, you know, those New Year resolutions that gather dust in your mind … Continue reading

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Dust 8 May 2019

When I drive by the abandoned church, I always slow down wondering when the roof will finally cave in and collapse. I wonder about the congregation that worshipped there, how far away they came from and how their pastor was. … Continue reading

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Wishing 7 May 2019

If it were you, what would you wish for? You’re sick and you’ve been in and out of hospitals, maybe what you have is terminal and maybe it isn’t. But either way, your life has been structured around doctors and … Continue reading

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Make a Wish Part 2, 3 May 2019

Tightening up the laces on my hiking boots, securing my pony tail through the back of my red ball cap, and snugging down the straps on my Camelbak, I’m ready to hit the trail. I love the name of my … Continue reading

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Make a Wish Come True Here! 1 May 2019

Dear friends, family, and those of you I’ve never met: If you don’t read any further than this, click here: Educators in the Hills Have you ever wanted to change someone’s life? I know I have – that’s why I … Continue reading

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Travel Observations 29 April 2019

Sitting in the airport, my laptop open, I distract myself from a lonely day of travel with my work. Speakers add to the din with the call to board this flight or that flight while carry-on luggage the size of … Continue reading

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Spring Sun 25 April 2019

While I always hate to kiss winter goodbye, it is nice to see everything greening up. The pear trees and plum trees are blooming, and the cherry trees aren’t far behind them. The chokecherries are full of tiny flower buds … Continue reading

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