Category Archives: Daily Walk

Musings from my morning walk that hopefully will take seed to create change in my life.

Let It Go…

It has been a long while since I sat down to write ANYTHING. I’ve battled with my thoughts and emotions endlessly throughout this bumpy journey called a ‘year’. I have seen God do some incredible things – in particular, my … Continue reading

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50 Years of Life in Christ

I am approaching a huge milestone in my life – my 50th birthday as a ‘new creature’. I was a young girl attending a one room school house church in a small fishing community¬†when I was confronted with the ‘good … Continue reading

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This is Where the Healing Begins

It’s the time of year when my beloved and I are marking an ‘anniversary’ of sorts. Not the joyous anniversary of our marriage or our first date. It’s an anniversary of the closing of a chapter in Christian service. It’s … Continue reading

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‘Do The Sandpiper’

It’s our final day at the shore. The week has been completely restful except for our daily walks along the shore. We set some aggressive goals. Walk to ‘the pier’. The pier we cannot see until we’re halfway there. We … Continue reading

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Footprints and Fresh Starts

The rhythm of life on the beach is like this – rise, dress, beach walk. The ocean maintains its own relentless rhythm – waves crashing constantly. Even in walking on the sand – there is a pattern. You take a … Continue reading

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Happy New Year!

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season … Continue reading

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My First Baby

June 15, 1981 My first baby entered the world 30 years ago @ 8:45 P.M. to two exhausted, joyful parents. It was a long time coming, at least to an impatient 23 year old woman. (Thirty years later, I think … Continue reading

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