Monthly Archives: January 2005

skipping work, etc…

So, I’m thinking…maybe I should skip out on work tonight. Sorry my fellow baristas–I can’t keep closing on friday AND saturday nights. It sucks. Besides, it’s really cold outside, and I don’t want to leave the house. I’ve been really … Continue reading

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Loving

I’ve been reading “Searching for God Knows What” by Donald Miller, and I have to admit that it’s been something of a lifesaver. Here’s a quote I really like…Miller has been talking about parable of the good Samaritan… “Jesus was … Continue reading

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Nothing much to say

It’s just a regular day with not much to say. It’s refreshing. All I’m doing today are perfectly normal things–working, picking up little sister from school, running errands, making sure my grandad eats–I can relax in the normalcy of it … Continue reading

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Taller, Wider

I love this poem. It might be one of my favorites: Taller, Wider What is it I feel: this odd fusion of elation and sadness that makes me stop weeding and stand this way, hands on hips, knee-deep in lavendar? … Continue reading

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The more you open yourelf to being healed, the more you will discover how deep your wounds are. You will be tempted to become discouraged, because under every wound you uncover, you will find others. Your search for true healing … Continue reading

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rainy mornings with chantico

I love waking up to rainy mornings. They are peaceful and contemplative and beautiful. There’s just something about a world awash in grays and blues that suggests purity and cleansing and growth. Rainy mornings do something for my soul. I … Continue reading

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