Posts Tagged ‘Autumn’

In a recent post, I mused about the vibrancy of community in Ghana… & the dearth of community here at home. Of course, the best kind of community is making the best of it no matter what the circumstance.

To Flourish: Gloria Burgess

At the moment, my husband & I are blessed to be in community with my father-in-law, caring for & ministering to him after undergoing 5-way bypass surgery. Our community also includes other family members, wonderful care givers, rehab specialists, kind neighbors, & the many, many friendships he has sustained through the years.

At 88-years young, he’s doing remarkably well. Hallelujah! Though he still has many months to a full recovery, my father-in-law’s good cheer, generosity of spirit, & positive outlook is wonderful reminder of what it means to flourish.

Pass It On!


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Today we celebrate the letter B… for Brothers, babies, bells, bubbles, ballroom dancing, & beauty

Let’s celebrate the amazing Beauty of the season—autumn, which reminds me of brilliantly-colored leaves, barns, and bales of hay… & frosty mornings when you can see the brush of your breath as it lingers in the air.

Autumn Leaves

The truly wealthy are those who give until it feels good.

Pass It On!

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