Monthly Archives: September 2010

A Morning Blessing

This morning I was surprised and pleased to see that my friend Isaac had posted on his blog. I always look forward to what he has to say. Today was especially meaningful to me. This quote gave me more than … Continue reading

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Growing Old

Growing older, I have discover a common question among us older folks: Where do I fit into a community that honors that which is diminishing or now absent in my life and circumstances? Reading Kathleen Norris’s “The Cloister Walk” this … Continue reading

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The Runner

Meredith is running cross-country. Today she got her first medal. I think she is going to be a good runner.

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Contemplative Living

From Kathleen Norris “The Cloister Walk”: It is the aim of contemplative living, at least in the Christian mode, that you learn to recognize a blessing when you see one, and are able to respond to it with words that … Continue reading

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A Special Day, A Special Person

Today is granddaughter Meredith’s 12th birthday. Congratulations to her on this special day. She is a joy in my life. Have a great day.

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