Monthly Archives: February 2008

lookit!

We might be going somewhere! Posing passports for an Internet posting reminded me a little of what a girl does with her hands and arms when she’s caught with a little more skin showing than she intended. You’ll let me … Continue reading

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results

A while ago I posted Quinn’s flyer that described her diapers and formula project for the babies of Juarez. She is continually humbled and encouraged by the enthusiastic involvement of many who have joined the effort. When I was in … Continue reading

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links – part six

We’re overdue for some links. I hope you like this set: • Compared to my coworker Denise, I’m Hard-hearted Hannah. Yet listening to this, I felt a lump forming in my throat. Maybe there’s hope for me? Nah… • I … Continue reading

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it

Mike and Janelle tagged me with a meme! The rules: Pick up the nearest book of 123 pages or more. No cheating! Find page 123 Find the first 5 sentences Post the next 3 sentences Tag 5 people This might … Continue reading

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experiment

I just came home from worship (first of three morning services). I usually sit down in the front because Mauri can join me there after he’s finished with his part of the service. This morning I chose the less-populated balcony, … Continue reading

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my turn

Four and a half years ago, when I interviewed for my job at NFC, I bragged to my soon-to-be boss that I never get sick. And—accident recovery aside—I haven’t missed a day of work for sickness…until last Wednesday. I’ve enjoyed … Continue reading

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love story

Our long-time friend Norma Collins asked me to write Mauri’s and my love story for the February issue of a Youth for Christ newsletter. Here it is: Love stories are like snowflakes—plentiful yet unique. Mauri and I enjoy telling our … Continue reading

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