Category Archives: On Love

Love

Last year, I began to write on the Fruit of the Spirit (Galatians 5:22-23): “Love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control. Against such things there is no law.” I am currently reminded these days on how LOVE CAN … Continue reading

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Life’s Ebb and Flow, God’s Timing?

I’m almost 59. And that’s one year from 60. He’s nearly 64. In many ways I don’t feel that old. Yes, my knees ache after intense hiking and climbing (today it’s 29 flights and over 4 miles). I have an … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Challenge

There are all sorts of Valentine’s Day challenges and ideas for a romantic day. One day.  Twenty four hours, and honestly, it may amount to a grand total of 2-3 hours with your special other.  Too many calories, too many … Continue reading

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Sex After Fifty

(Disclaimer: This post pulls no punches.  Intimacy will be discussed.  Correct physical terminology will be used.  This is brutally honest, so prepare yourself.  Avoid reading if blunt and frank talk about sexuality offends you; however if you have been feeling … Continue reading

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Valentines

The pretty decorations and lights of the Christmas season are down.  The bare, lifeless, branches of trees silhouetted against grey winter skies.  Winter snows that transform our scenery into a powdery white wonderland soon become dirty slush and a nuisance. … Continue reading

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Worth Waiting

These thoughts have been rolling around in my head for weeks.  Perhaps it’s because I have daughters, and they are witnessing the classmates graduating with the coveted MRS.  I’m also living among a demographic of young professionals, and shacking up is … Continue reading

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The Assorted Small Stuff

This morning my sweet man brought me my morning coffee while I was still stretching out my kinks in bed.  A simple thing, but oh so powerful.  This small gesture makes me feel so loved and pampered. He’s the morning … Continue reading

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Peace

My devotions yesterday brought up this little gem.  And for some reason, it hit me between the eyes in a way it never had before.  This is usually a way that I know God is trying to tell me/teach me … Continue reading

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The Little Things

    Five years into our marriage I would have told you that it might have been a sad mistake, but there were three little beings involved and we loved them very much.  After ten years I would have had … Continue reading

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Passion

  Back on a very hot day in July, SJ and I got to attend a rally on the National Mall called “Together 2016.”  It was described as a “once in a generation millennial-focused prayer and worship gathering.” They were … Continue reading

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