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Namaste

Last  month I decided to take the plunge and take my previously private yoga practice public. As in signing up and paying money to go to a studio full of other people who know what they’re doing, who have perfect … Continue reading

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25 Years and Celebrating

Twenty five years ago today, I married the best man I’ve ever known. Two years before, we’d met in a crazy string of “coincidences” in the parking lot at Calvin College – Chris would call them coincidence (only to save … Continue reading

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Pondered in Her Heart, part 2

It’s been a few months since I’ve last written here. I knew it had been a while, but was surprised when I opened my WordPress account today to see how long it had actually been. My writing today was prompted … Continue reading

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Hope and Therapy

For the second time in just a few days, I was struck by a clear, yet out of the ordinary picture of hope. Last night our middle son, Matt, wanted to go hear some bands that were playing live in … Continue reading

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The boot is on the other foot

I started the day feeling pretty good about how well I was managing to get around by myself in spite of my handicap – only having the use of my right leg. I’ve developed a pretty creative system for getting … Continue reading

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Fall Risk

Yesterday was our anniversary. 24 years ago I married my best friend and first love, Chris Stark. It feels like a lifetime ago: it’s more than half my lifetime, as I’ve been married to him longer than not. We spent … Continue reading

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Kindness and Anticipation

Chris and I arrived in Dallas last night. Our destination, The Cooper Wellness Institute. We are here with several other members of the executive team at the new company he works for, and their wives. Contained within those 3 short … Continue reading

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