Monthly Archives: December 2012

Ending and beginning well

Hard to believe it’s time again to post the end of the year questions.  The questions are intended to bring awareness to our learnings from the year and set the course for the new year. Enjoy. Completing 2012 What was the greatest … Continue reading

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Christmas lesson

Although Christmas day will be low key, our family has already had some fun celebrations. Mom and I spent the night in Charleston a couple weeks ago.  Mom had said she’s wanted to see the light display on James Island … Continue reading

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Who am I without my story?

Sunday I met several new people at a social event.  When asked how I liked living here, I reported the three aspects that I like—being close to mom, living by the water and our wonderful spiritual community.  I also felt … Continue reading

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Losing the ‘but’

Tom and I recently completed our first year living in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, where we moved from Denver to be close to my mom. It has been a difficult transition on many levels. Even with its challenges, we know … Continue reading

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