Tag Archives: Orphan Spirit

WHY DADS DANCE WITH THEIR DAUGHTERS

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THE TEARS

My mom rarely cried. At least not in front of me. But when her tears did happen, a jolt of fear would race through my heart. Because if Mom cried, that meant something really, really bad must have happened.

But not this time.

This time was different. A little more than five years ago, my mom was feeling weak, but we didn’t know how sick she was. If we did, she wouldn’t have been driving. And I wouldn’t have been distracting her by singing my latest song.

I’m glad I didn’t know. Continue reading

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HOW MUCH MORE

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I’ll never forget that day. It was four months ago, about eleven AM on a Sunday morning and already 95 degrees. And newscasters from around the world threatened twelve more degrees to come. The weight of the heat pressed on me, but my worries for my niece weighed even more. Continue reading

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Those Three Words

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Those Three Words

What are the three most important words I’ve ever heard in my life? I love you? Nope. I’ll give you a hint. Jesus spoke them on the cross just moments before he died. Here’s another hint. These words changed me when I finally started taking them seriously. I went from a life abiding in shame and guilt and pain to a life abiding in love. Ready for the answer? Continue reading

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The Polite Visitor

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Digital StillCameraJanuary 26th of this year was a momentous day.  I made a decision and I wrote it down in my journal.

Kill The Polite Visitor.

Yep. That’s right. The Polite Visitor’s time is up and I’m going after her.

So who is she and what did she do to merit death? Continue reading

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