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Word of the Year Tizzy by Julie Arduini

Happy New Year! I’m one of those people who spends way too much time looking at memes and there were two that left me speechless. The one that said the 1990’s were 30 years ago. I get my son was … Continue reading

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Unto Us A Child Is Born by Tara Randel

Merry Christmas! I hope in this most beautiful, but hectic, time of year, you and your loved ones take time to remember the true spirit of the season. For to us a child is born, to us a son is … Continue reading

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It’s That Time Again!

I don’t know about you, but I’ve found over the decades that some of the best friends I can have are those who know me best, knew me when I wasn’t as lovable as I am now, and still love … Continue reading

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Jesus in the Chair by Julie Arduini

In the years I’ve followed Christ in a daily way, I’ve heard about Jesus and the chair. For instance, I know of families that for Christmas set a chair for their dinner. It’s His birthday, and they want to be … Continue reading

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Thanks by Tara Randel

I’m in deep deadline mode, but surfaced to catch up on some chores.  I went down my to-do list, stopping when I came to the reminder to write this post. As I thought about what I wanted to write, the … Continue reading

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Time Well Spent by Nancy J. Farrier

This past week we had our first ever family vacation. We went to Southern California with our five kids and their families. We rented a house that would hold all of us—although we could have used more than two bathrooms … Continue reading

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February Book Release by Tara Randel

Greetings! This month I’m excited to announce my newest book release from Harlequin Heartwarming. His Honor, Her Family, is book two in the Meet Me At the Altar series. I’ve love writing this series so much and wanted to share … Continue reading

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Those Christmas Moments by Julie Arduini

Most of our family are fans of the show, The Office. We’re that classic meme where someone finishes watching The Office on Netflix and isn’t sure what to watch next. The answer? Re-start The Office. Recently we came to the … Continue reading

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Christmas 2018 by Tara Randel

           I  wanted to take this time to wish all the wonderful readers of this blog a very Merry Christmas. It’s a beautiful time of the year to wish others well, spend quality time with family and friends and maybe … Continue reading

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Wishing You The Best by Tara Randel

  Can you believe Thanksgiving week is upon us? I must admit, October blew by and I thought I had a handle on November, but here we are. Ready for turkey day! This year I’m cooking. I love the tradition … Continue reading

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How I Spent My Summer by Julie Arduini

I know, it’s still August. However, I have one child already in his first week of his fall semester, and the second child starts Monday. I’ve seen a couple leaves in transition and I already bought cider. Time for fall, … Continue reading

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Spoiled Children Don’t Grow by Julie Arduini

It seems like so many people I love are in a holding pattern, circling the runway to promises fulfilled. As a parent, I underestimated how shattering this would be. When the kids were little, their safety and prayer they would … Continue reading

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Maintaining Emotional Perspective Through Prioritizing

Last semester, I spent a good forty minutes each day listening to someone tell me all about their friend drama. My response was always the same: Sounds like you need different friends. Now granted, I was speaking to a teen, … Continue reading

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2017 Word of the Year: Transformation by Julie Arduini

Some do resolutions, I do word of the year. Around September I start praying and watching for confirmation. Sometimes the words come later in the year, and I’ve had them as early as October. That was the case for this … Continue reading

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Christmas Greetings

Here’s wishing you a joyful Christmas. Let us celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ the King, God’s perfect gift. I pray you have a wonderful holiday season with your family and enjoy special time with loved ones. Take time to … Continue reading

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