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A morning surprise

From the book of Ruth: 3 One day Ruth’s mother-in-law Naomi said to her, “My daughter, I must find a home[a] for you, where you will be well provided for. 2 Now Boaz, with whose women you have worked, is a relative of ours. Tonight he

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Lent and Christmas entwined

NOTE:  I first wrote this post several years ago.  It has become my tradition to re-post it for Holy Week each year.  I hope you enjoy it! The feast of the Annunciation fell on a Sunday this year.  (March 25) 

Posted in artistic life, spiritual life

give me grace

I finished 3 paintings this week and I like two of them.  Not bad, I suppose.  I posted the first one here.  Here’s today’s attempt.  I had a hard time choosing a verse for this face, I don’t know why…

Posted in painting, spiritual life

theology nerd

Okay.  I have a confession to make.  I’m a nerd.  I know it.  I liked Geometry in High School.  I won a state spelling contest in the 4th grade.  I liked Philosophy in college and I took 9 credits of

Posted in spiritual life

Precious Text catalog

I’ve just returned from the printer and I’m so excited!  I’ve spent about the last 5 days working very hard on the photos and layout of a new catalog.  It’ will be an 8 page booklet and each page shows

Posted in artistic life, polymer clay, silver jewelry, spiritual life, Uncategorized

Comforting word

I didn’t sleep much last night.  My husband and I laid awake much of the night listening to wave after wave of thunderstorms roll through.  It began around 10 pm and went on until around 4 am, I think.  At

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a lenten meditation at christmas

Three years ago, for Christmas, I sculpted crucifixes for each of my 3 kids.  For about 2 weeks, I worked on them a few hours each day while they were in school.  I made sure to put them away by

Posted in polymer clay, spiritual life
May 2020
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