Monthly Archives: December, 2011

"I’m So Thankful Because God Answered ____________ Prayer", And Other Horse Pucky

   I was listening to L.A.’s Christian talk station the other evening when the afternoon drive guy was asking people to call and say what they were thankful for this year, specifically to tell stories of how God had answered their prayers in the past year.  Now I am ALL for proclaiming God’s goodness ALL the time, and it’s …

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Dear Me

  I recently exchanged some tweets with a mom of a little girl who’s about six and a half years old and her parents strongly suspect she might have Asperger’s.  That exchange harkened me “back to the day” (which now seems like 15 minutes ago) to when we started seeing some things in our daughter we couldn’t …

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Scenes From A Funeral

  “Ya know how in families everyone is crazy, but at the end of the day, they’re family and you love them anyway?  Ya, well, that’s not my family!”  I shamelessly stole this line from a Debra Messing, Dermot Mulroney movie I watched yesterday while I was sick in bed with the flu because, well, …

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    Five days after my birthday this year I got a message at dinner time in my facebook messages to call my cousin immediately.  It was a life-stopping message because I instantly knew someone in our family had died, but nothing could have prepared me for the outcome of that conversation.  I called her from the …

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