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Loving Well, Thoughts in a Waiting Room

Loving and Living Wall coverings and Personal Relationships As I pass the time (day 2) here in a hospital waiting room while my husband sits with his father in ICU, I find myself reflecting on everything from the color of the walls to the relationships in which I invest my time. Am I loving well? […]

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It’s June Already

Is it really June? Wow. Time flies. Here it is mid-June and, how have I done on my one real “resolution”? Let’s just say I flunked! I’ve only halfway finished my second painting of the year. And, it isn’t even sitting on the easel anymore. So sad! I just can’t seem to fit it into […]

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Assessments of Another Year

Year End Assessments? You almost have to do assessments of your previous year to make resolutions for the new year, right? Do you make resolutions each year? A lot of people seem to. Just do a Google search of New Year Resolutions. You’ll find thousands of articles containing lists of suggestions. Nine Resolutions for… 55 […]

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Merry Christmas 2015

Merry Christmas! Is it for you? I love the atmosphere created around Christmas time…excluding the shopping nonsense. I hate to shop, especially this time of year. It’s the cheery things I love, like the “merry Christmas” greetings, the lights, the music, the colors, being with family… etc. But I tend to get very moody, sad […]

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Geeky Garble

Geeky Garble? Yes, you are on jessiejournal.com. Yes, this is Jessie. I have been trying to figure out how to explain and give updates about my ministry without boring you to tears. So… I’ll have a section called Geeky Garble that will give some ministry details that you can totally skip over if you are […]

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Below the Surface

Sharks swim below the surface I guess Shark Week is in my brain. If you are in the water with sharks, it is very difficult to see them. Being above the water… say in a boat… helps your view of the water and allows you to see some of what is near the surface. I […]

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