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KT, DC and ME – The Holocaust Museum

Katie is home for spring break (her last spring break as an undergrad) and, as a history major who is mostly fascinated with WWII, she’s always wanted to visit the Holocaust Museum in Washington, DC. We happened to have Marriott points that were going to expire in April, so she and I took advantage this…

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Daddy’s Hands

Daddy’s hands were soft and kind when I was cryin´. Daddy´s hands, were hard as steel when I´d done wrong. Daddy´s hands, weren´t always gentle But I´ve come to understand. There was always love in Daddy´s hands. This is the song I danced  to with my father over 26 years ago at my wedding. Dad…

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Pleading for Resolution

I’m feeling very somber this morning. Not just somber, but my heart feels rather heavy. My very dear friend, Gretchen, and her husband have been working towards adopting two of the cutest little girls from Ghana. When I say they’ve been “working”, what I mean is they legally adopted them nearly two years ago. OUR…

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The Good, The Bad, and the Just Plain Wrong

THE GOOD This morning was the women’s brunch at church. It was, as usual, awesome. I always come away feeling so… so… oh, I don’t know. Pumped. Stoked. Charged. Psyched. Wanting more. (Beans – I’m so sad you weren’t there! I missed you!!) Thankfully, there is plenty more to come. And plenty more for me…

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