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Covid-Living: One Unique Response

Covid-Living: One Unique Response

It’s been an unusual week, one filled with confusing interpretations of the “relaxed” stay-at-home directives. Our unified shock at this deadly virus has splintered into diverse responses. But one sentence has helped me stay grounded and focused. It comes from a card sent to me by my sweet sissy, Rachel. In it, she writes: I […]

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COVID Consequences: Rescheduled Living

COVID Consequences: Rescheduled Living

Yep, these are trying times. Still! My son was supposed to get married last weekend. I was supposed to gain a daughter-in-law. Two families were supposed to become connected forever. But it didn’t happen. How do you move through a life-changing event that was supposed to happen, but couldn’t? Do you fast-forward through the date, […]

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COVID-19 What’s Missing? A Lesson From My Granddaughter

COVID19 What’s Missing? A Lesson From My Granddaughter

The photo startled me. Blakely Faye, my four-year-old granddaughter, was wearing a mask. Earlier in the week, my daughter had told me she’d ordered masks for their kids. But to see this photo, well, it took my breath away. I should be getting used to it, images that take my breath away. With a tender […]

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