Monthly Archives: July 2014

It takes a while for dreams to die

  I had another midnight visitor Friday, Sir Bats A Lot II. After much careful containment and completely stripping my room and closets – Saturday afternoon I discovered him huddled in the last place I looked…behind the Lego tub at … Continue reading

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Liminal space or “the in-between”

  Lately, I’ve been frustrated – tearful at times – with the great in-between I’m in. It seems a chasm, a Grand Canyon between the returning to Kansas and the next unknown season of purpose. This in-between is “liminal space” or the … Continue reading

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We are not as strong

  “We are not as strong as we think we are” Saturday night was going to be me+a book+quiet. I had a terrific book to finish, big weekends ahead and behind, and a lot to think about. It was the … Continue reading

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Maybe it is a train

  You’ve heard the joke. “The light at the end of the tunnel is a train.” Usually this is part of a sad soliloquy – a laundry list  of laments: the barfing dog, the sick-at-home kids who permanent markered the … Continue reading

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We are not who we think we are

I’ve been fortunate. Last week while in Chicago for a trade show, I met up with old friends; one from high school and one from the very beginning of my time with Adventures in Missions. With canyons of buildings to explore, fireworks … Continue reading

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