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    buy generic clomidLife is about change. Go where God leads, even if you've never been there before. What a ride it is!

    I'm crazy about Jesus and my family. My first passion is music, but I've always pretended to be a writer. I have books of practicing cursive when I was five. (I always knew God had a sense of humor.)

    If I couldn't have music or writing, I would be a chef, in a certified organic and gluten free restaurant.

    This is my life. Consistent? I think so.

Waiting for Laughter

I’m in a season of persevering. Anybody else out there in one too? I felt such an intense call of my life for something that seems is sitting still. I’m learning to like the stillness and trust, but it is very hard. If God is asking for a quiet trust from me, I’m hearing Him […]

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Recording a Moment

There are those days that give you special moments. Moments that you hope you don’t forget, but wonder if your mind can actually hold onto. That is why One Thousand Gifts struck such a nerve in so many people. The writer, Ann Voskamp presents an idea of recording these everyday moments. She calls them gifts. […]

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Anticipate a Gift

“Try and see a Mother preparing birthday or Christmas delights for her child-the while her Motherheart sings:  “Will she not love that? How she will love this!” and anticipates the rapture of her child, her own heart full of the tenderest joy. Where did the Mother learn all this preparation-joy? From Me-a faint echo this […]

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They are no more

“When Herod realized that he had been outwitted by the Magi, he was furious, and he gave orders to kill all the boys in Bethlehem and its vicinity who were two years old and under, in accordance with the time he had learned from the Magi.” Matthew 2:16-17   I started to pray and think […]

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December 26, 2012 - 1:07 pm

Kasey - The way these threads in time connect is painfully beautiful. He sweeps us from our captors and takes us home. Love it.

January 19, 2013 - 4:05 pm

Anticipate a gift - […] They are no more […]

For Joy’s sake

So here’s the truth. I really don’t want to go through this Christmas season and miss the point. I don’t want to wear myself out with buying gifts, attending holiday events, traveling, baking cookies, making homemade things with my three year old, singing familiar songs, hosting recitals, and miss IT. I don’t want to miss […]

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December 16, 2012 - 9:46 pm

Ruth Peeno - I saw that rainbow when. I was with Eve yesterday. Life is stressed filled during the holidays. I tell myself to “remember the reason for the season”; you must do something charitable; teach the grandkids the value of giving; don’t let the stress of the holidays take the smile from your face; don’t let your bible reading and prayer time slip…don’t, do, don’t, do!!!!!!Help!! When is it over!! When we awaken on December 26th, God is right where we left Him, waiting for our return!

Promote someone

Have you ever wondered why young children ask the same questions over and over? I find myself thinking I’ve already answered your question and explained the reasons involved, why are you asking again?   I had a thought that somewhere inside they just want to be seen and heard. Especially if they repeat themselves.   […]

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December 5, 2012 - 5:23 pm

Amy - This is just perfect Sarah! Ms. Janet is definitely someone special. We are all very lucky that our kids (and us!) get to spend time with her each week. I don’t even want to think about “graduating” from toddler time…think we could convince them to do an elementary story time when our littles outgrow toddlers? :)

December 5, 2012 - 5:34 pm

Sarah - Amy~Yes, I would love to continue on with her! Yes, and we are really the lucky ones. Love sharing that class with you and your sweet little girl!

December 5, 2012 - 6:30 pm

Bernadette - I also agree with that! Ms. Janet is a very special person and teacher. My daughter is always excited to go to the library to see Ms. Janet on Tiesday’s. I also dread the day that we outgrow her class.

December 5, 2012 - 7:44 pm

Sarah - Bernie~I hope Ms. Janet feels the love today! She is so special to so many people!

December 5, 2012 - 7:51 pm

Cara - I am Janet’s oldest daughter, am I was very lucky to grow up with ‘Ms. Janet’ as my mom! She continues to teach me life lessons and is the first person I run to when I have questions, exciting news or just need reassurance. She is my best friend! Thank you for saying such sweet (and true) things about her, I know how much it means to her and how much she loves her library families.

December 5, 2012 - 8:07 pm

Sarah - Cara~Thank you so much for introducing yourself! You are one blessed daughter and I know how much you mean to your Mom (because she tells us)! Have a wonderful Christmas and hopefully you will get to spend time with your Mom.

December 5, 2012 - 9:06 pm

Tori - I am Ms. Janet’s granddaughter and she also means the world to me too. I can not wait to spend time with her at Christmas. Thanks for writing a blog about how special she is.

December 5, 2012 - 11:21 pm

Sarah - Tori~Thank you so much. I hope you have a wonderful Christmas with your family (and grandma)! There is nothing like the relationship you have with your grandmother.

December 6, 2012 - 8:26 am

cindy - What a wonderful post about a super special lady! Thank you Sarah for shining a light on Ms. Janet. We have graduated onto the older classes for our girls, but we enjoy catching up with her when we are at the library. She will always have a special place in our hearts!!

December 6, 2012 - 9:04 am

-eve- - I would like to tell you about the most wonderful person. Her name is Ruth. Ruth was born poor. She was one of five children and lived in humble means over a bar in Covington. She told me of how her grandmother would give them a pile of frenchfries and a cigarrete for lunch. We laughed about it, but really this is a sad memory. There is nothing funny about going hungry, or a child smoking. But that was normal, to them. But there is more. Ruth was married and grew up with her husband at the age of 18 years old. She now has four children. Her life with her husband wasn’t quite the fairy tale she had dreamed of either. I’m sure you know a woman like Ruth. We all have stories. But Ruth’s story really begins in the early 1980’s. Because, Ruth has a redemption story! Ruth was introduced to the most wonderful man in the early 1980’s, and her life was changed. She couldn’t stop talking about how in love she was. She would come home from work and talk about the patient’s she prayed with and were healed! How she was hated by her boss and coworkers because of this man’s affect on her. Ok by now you know who it is or are asking who it is. She gave her life to Jesus. Her redemption story marvels that of Ruth in the Bible. Because of Ruth’s courageous decision, her children know Jesus and serve Him today. Her brothers and sister, whom she’s prayed for for 30 years, they are now calling Jesus savior! ( we are still praying for one more, but he can’t resist the love of God). Ruth is the most amazing person I have ever known. Her faith in God is deep, when you speak with her, it’s contageous. You can believe a God like that! What’s amazing is that through all her hardships, too many to list, she is full of joy and grace. I am so proud to call Ruth my friend and my mother! Her faith inspires me to continue the “good fight”. We all need Ruth’s in our lives to inspire us to keep going, keep believing no matter what the circumstances look like, trust God and less of men; your only setting men up for failure, Love God with all your heart,soul and mind; He never leaves or forsakes us, His love never fails, and the most important truth I’ve learned from my mom; that I can always come to her if I need anything. She always makes me feel like the most important person in the world and when you talk to her, you will too. So I hope you get to meet my mom. She is the most wonderful person I know! -eve-

December 6, 2012 - 2:01 pm

Sarah - Cindy~Thank you again for introducing us to her class. What a joy it has been!

December 6, 2012 - 2:06 pm

Sarah - Eve~ I am blessed to know this Ruth and call her friend. And, yes, she always makes you feel special when you are around her. Thank you for your precious words about her and for “promoting” her on this site. Something about a Ruth that needs a Kinsman-Redeemer. “Praise be to the LORD, who this day has not left you without a kinsman-redeemer” (Ruth 4:14). Something about all of us that needs redeemed. Love you dear friend!