Category Archives: Surrender

Rainy Days and Mondays

Today is a rainy day and a Monday. And that’s all fine by me, though I had planned to take a walk this morning.  I will get on my treadmill instead.  Which I love. Later on I will meet my … Continue reading

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The Dawning of a New Day

The sky outside my window.  The colors do not show unfortunately.  There is just the slightest cast of pink along the roofline of my neighbor’s home.  It is just barely light.  Just barely. Last week was horrible.  I hate to … Continue reading

Posted in Gratitude, Grief, History, Retirement, Surrender, Truth | 9 Comments

My dog fear story

Last night I stopped at Petco to get my little Dante a collar and leash.  We went for a long walk and I swear he has stopped giving me the stink eye.  The sidewalks are still covered with ice and … Continue reading

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All Hallows Eve

It’s the day before All Saint’s Day.  All Hallows Eve.  Halloween. I used to look at it as a pagan holiday, but then I learned more.  About the tradition and the meaning.  It has deep Christian roots. Today I woke … Continue reading

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Twists and Turns

  Last night on my way home from work, I drove around the long way, so that I could see the scope of the flooding nearby.  See that lake in the photo?  That wasn’t a lake 2 weeks ago.  That … Continue reading

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My God’s Will Career

Last week I asked one of my co-workers to indulge me as I took five minutes of her time to tell her the story of how I got into the field of medical records.  I hadn’t realized it has a … Continue reading

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Some Questions

Yesterday I opted not to acknowledge Fathers Day, except to call my son and wish him a happy one.  I told him he is a good dad and that I am very proud of him. I had posted on Facebook … Continue reading

Posted in Family, Mass, Prayer, Roses, Surrender | 20 Comments