Monthly Archives: September 2014

Impact

On Saturday, I flew home from Nashville via a newer Southwest airplane that has Wi-Fi. I was blessed to have a window seat (my favorite), and a flight that left on time. It was a perfect flight except for my … Continue reading

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Seriously?

Someone paid me a very nice compliment last week about the weekly inspiration delivered in my Monday Morning Stretch and, while much appreciated, he said something embedded within the compliment which I found very interesting. He commented that I must … Continue reading

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Being Helpful

Someone near and dear to my heart is struggling.  She is lost in what seems like a life without options or choices.  Feeling powerless, she is caught in a vicious cycle of despair, depression, and exhaustion with no end in … Continue reading

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Choosing My Path

If you were educated as a child in the United States, at some point you likely had to memorize and recite at least one famous poem. Mine was Robert Frost’s The Road Not Taken in seventh grade from which came … Continue reading

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Music Monday: Finding Community

Sometimes these weekly Stretches practically write themselves. This week’s was easy for two reasons: First, it’s Music Monday (always the first Monday of every month) which is my chance to suggest a great message in combination with a killer tune … Continue reading

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