2017 ~ Mother’s Day ~ by susan werthem

Over the past week I have seen many posts from friends on Facebook about Moms. Most of my friends wrote of the loss of their Mother. My Mom went to be with The Lord in 1990. I was only 37. Although it seems like a century ago the emotional pain at times is still raw. …

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Finding Forgiveness In Between

Saturday I attended the Memorial Service / Celebration of Life Service for the husband of a Sunday School Class member. I had never met him and barely know his wife; however, through her beautiful emails I felt I knew them both. At least once a week she shared their journey. via an email message. His continued …

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Keep me accountable

When we had our pool put in we were told we had to monthly take a sample of water in for testing in order to keep our warranty on the finish. OOPS we forgot last month!! Yesterday I brought in a sample. With concern, I asked how this was going to affect our warranty. "No …

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Cancer Picked the WRONG Princess!

Just over 2 years ago I asked my readers to pray for Logan. It was the summer of 2013 and our neighbor's 4 year-old daughter Logan was diagnosed with Leukemia.   Today we celebrated "NO MO Chemo"!!! AND Logan's 7th Birthday!! What an awesome afternoon...family and friends celebrating her LIFE! But this I call to mind, …

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MOVE FORWARD – You can change

Check out today's  new audio reading of this post.  LET ME KNOW IF YOU ENJOYED THE READING. When I am unable to change the circumstances I am in, it's my responsibility to change myself. Easier said than done!! Listen to Part 1 of this post:  So how do I do that? How do I learn …

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Investing in others ~ by susan werthem

When I was a little girl, my mom had a "Christmas Account" with the bank. She would deposit a small amount of money each week into this account. Little by little it grew. Not to anything huge, but it grew. This was the money she used for Christmas each year. She made a small weekly …

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