Monthly Archives: October 2010

Busy? Rearrange Your Sock Drawer

Today, I straightened my sock drawer because; in my sock drawer, there are more than just socks.    There are old birthday cards, photos, pretty rocks my grandsons gave me and hair bows my granddaughters left on the coffee table. There … Continue reading

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When We Can’t Find Words

My grandson, Max, a first grader, was working on an assignment for school.  He was frustrated because he couldn’t figure out how to spell “ponta”.  Not recognizing this word, I kept asking him to “say it again”.    He was close to … Continue reading

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Got Music?

Ephesians 5:19-20 One afternoon my grandson’s kitty was watching him rehearse on his saxophone. Finished with practice, Zac sat down on the stairs, holding his sax in his lap. His kitty climbed up on his knee and looked down into … Continue reading

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