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Monthly Archives: July 2007

The Haps

So besides the dentist, here is what else is new: The sun has been shining!  It is so wonderful :)  Eva and I have been out for many walks and it feels very good.  I’ve been trying to eat healthy and get more exercise and it certainly helps while the sun is out!  Today we […]

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Dentist Part III

I can hardly feel my mouth as I sit here now, trying to eat a peanut butter sandwich and drink a glass of milk.  I realize that a peanut butter sandwich isn’t always the easiest to consume in the best of circumstances, but Dr. Fawcett said to eat something soft.  So I thought, why not […]

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Now… and past.

I just came across this memorial website for a little girl named Ava who passed away tragically in February 2007.  You can read the story here.  Of course while reading this I can’t help but put myself in their shoes, thinking about losing someone so close to me… my beautiful child or my wonderful husband. […]

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Yes

I flossed.

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Back in the chair

So yesterday I was back at the dentist’s office.  They woke me up the morning asking if I would come in since someone cancelled.  “I would love to” was my response.  Though not really. I went and I am now convinced that everyone in my dentist’s office refuses to eat because both times I have […]

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melon collie

I feel out of place. I have this little meloncholy cloud hanging over me.  Is it because Liam Styles Chang was voted off Canadian Idol?  Is it because Eva insists on crying out (now 6 nights in a row) on our second installment of sleep training?  Is it because every time I talk to my […]

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Attention Wal-Mart Shoppers

Eva and I went to Wal-Mart a few nights ago.  Let me tell you, nothing gives the devil more of a foothold in my life than when I’m at Wal-Mart.  I’m always angry while I’m there and do you want to know why?   The traffic.  It reminds me of the way people drive in Mexico.  […]

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A Lineage of Mrs. Rs

I have only known Grandma Marge Roberts for about three years.  And though I didn’t see her very often, she has tremendously impacted my life.  Words cannot describe the source of strength she is to her family, her friends, and all who met her.  She was a faithful woman who loved the Lord.  Full of […]

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From Salmon Arm

I’m melting here in Salmon Arm.  It is clothes-sticking-to-you h o t here.  But that’s where I am, just so you know.  I’ll be here until next Thursday. It is an atmosphere of mixed emotions, but I will write more about it a little later when I have processed it all a bit more. Until next […]

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