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Monthly Archives: June 2014

Summer has overwhelmed me. Usually I run at a pretty fast pace and can keep up with everything. Not this year. Perhaps you remember that our house is pretty full right now.  Everyone moved home for the summer.  Currently this house is bursting with 9 people whose hearts all reside here.  Of course me and […]

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Last week I had the opportunity to walk along pioneer grounds. It’s something I have done many times because there is something about those trails that speaks to my heart.  But this time was different. Fresh snow lay fresh on frozen ground. The cold Wyoming wind blew straight through layers of clothing, chilling any warmth the sun […]

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This weekend Greg and I were busy. We built a road in the middle of the wilderness. It it was a lot of work.  But it had to be done.  Because we are building a place of refuge in that wilderness place… And to get to that place of refuge we will need a way. […]

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Sometimes you happen to be at just the right spot at just the right time. And sometimes those moments align in such a way to teach profound lessons. The day we stood on the side of a small stream the flows out of Chalk Creek and into a small pond.  Quiet, without moving, we watched […]

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It was four AM in the darkness of the morning of July 2 when they came. Entering with hushed voices, their raw excitement replacing the hangover of sleep. Those who would become your aunts and grandmothers gathered quietly in the room, bringing their strength and wisdom, waiting for you. In those final minutes their strength […]

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