Monthly Archives: January 2012

The wisdom of chocolate

I’ve always been told that God speaks to us in many ways besides prayer and Scripture if we but have the sense to recognize him. I never expected him to speak to me through chocolate. Earlier this month, I reserved … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas–again

Today is January 5 and my house was filled with the sound of Christmas carols, the scent of baking goodies, and the sight of Christmas wrapping paper scattered across the table as gifts are camouflaged. Yes, like the rest of … Continue reading

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Sleepless in Sturgeon Bay

On this first day of 2012, I thought I’d celebrate by writing a column. I have 15 minutes to go before it becomes January 2, so I don’t think I’m going to make it. I thought I’d write something profound, … Continue reading

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