Monthly Archives: October 2013

Peace, Be Still

Yesterday Elaine visited a pain management clinic in which she received thirteen neck injections specific to her treatment. As a child, my sister always dreaded having to endure even one shot at the doctor’s office. Now she embraces multiple injections … Continue reading

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Joni’s Witness in Suffering

Tonight during a live, National Day of Prayer special webcast, Joni Eareckson Tada beautifully shares about suffering and spirituality. Joni, a 46 year-long quadriplegic, candidly articulates her extreme challenges of simply starting a new day. She admits that just before … Continue reading

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A Salute to Elaine’s Volunteers

For over three years now, gracious volunteers have regularly visited Elaine showing their compassion and love for her and us. Elaine’s condition requires constant care, and many wonderful volunteers have stepped up to the plate to assist her. These volunteers … Continue reading

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“This, Too, Shall Pass”

Connie and I attended the 90th birthday celebration of her out-of-town aunt this past weekend. Being such a special occasion, relatives from many locales, in and out of the country, gathered to celebrate. During the special weekend, I asked the … Continue reading

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