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A Morning Idea

A Morning Idea Lately I have begun to recognize that in the morning I sometimes have an idea—a brainstorm. Sometimes it ends up being a dud. Sometimes I forget it in the process of starting the day. Today it was: in this time of the corona virus, when...
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Writing Down Blessings-New Addition

I’ve been writing down blessings every day since January 31, 2014. I’ve filled numerous small spiral bound notebooks and as I recorded them each night before bed, I smiled to remember the blessings. Some days I found myself struggling for something new to write, but would finally get...
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The Greatest Strength

Here’s a quote we sometimes have a hard time believing. It comes from the book Travels In a Stone Canoe by Harvey Arden and Steve Wall. The quote is: “The greatest strength is gentleness.”
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Treasure Nearby

Treasure Nearby This morning I finished reading for the second time “Pacem in Terris: A Love Story” by Frederick Franck. It is the story of a place which Franck and his wife Claske established in Warwick, NY and which they named “Pacem in Terris.” It is quite literally...
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Following Up on Lent

Following Up On Lent At the beginning of Lent I wrote about loving it. Now a few weeks after Lent, I need to follow up on it a little. It ended up being a strange Lent, because two and a half weeks after Ash Wednesday I had a...
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I Love Lent

I Love Lent I LOVE Lent and I don’t know if you’re even supposed to. But here I am anyway, loving it on the sixth day of Lent. I’m using a book this year titled “Forty Days of Decrease—A Different Kind of Hunger. A Different Kind of Fast,”...
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Lots About Books–and War

Lots About Books—and War – January 3 Per usual, I read a lot in 2015—as in 197 adult books and 46 youth and children’s books. I belong to a United Methodist Women’s BookWorms group that meets once a month and I read a lot of books from the...
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Cemetery Wandering

345. Cemetery Wandering I wandered our local cemetery today to stand beside a few of the many graves that were marked with flags. I am anti-war, and pro-veteran. Just the other day I saw on the internet a short documentary about veterans, and health care, and what our...
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Apology

A few days ago I wrote a story about the British Navy and the Irish Navy which I had come upon. I presented it as true, and a reader has called to my attention that it is not true. Good story—but not a true one. Sorry.
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Hope and Courage in Times Such As These

Hope and Courage in Times Such as These—A Concrete Example of Hope and Courage by Richard Deats For decades after the end of World War II, the Cold War reigned in a highly dangerous nuclear showdown between the Communist world and the West. Many people came to think...
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Daybook of Personal Faith

daybook of personal faith

Daybook of my personal Faith is written for everyday of the year, with chants, songs, mandalas to color, poems, stories, prayers, and reflections.

Mama and Me

Mama and Me

Mama and Me---Our last three years together and beyond is a book about a relationship, built over 50 years and culminating in Mama’s death.

Graces To Sing

Graces To Sing

Graces To Sing to Tunes You Know is filled with familiar tunes with new words to celebrate times with family and friends, good food and thanks.

Trilogy of Cancer

Trilogy of Cancer

Ann's story of her cancer journey...filled with stories, poems, songs. You will laugh, cry....

Shadorma’s

Shadorma’s

This is a book that puts each of the 150 psalms in the psalter into a shadorma poetry form. Some of the longer psalms have several shadormas.

Women Songs | Peace Songs

Women Songs | Peace Songs

Woman Songs|Peace Songs is a collection of inspirational and powerful music still speaking to our times. Originally recorded in 1980.

Wisdom of Children

Wisdom of Children

Wisdom of Children is a collection of stories of the Grandchildren in Ann's life, their wisdom and her reflections for God.

Do You Love Me

Do You Love Me

Do You Love Me is a wonderful children's book. A conversation between a Grandmother and Grandson.

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