Monthly Archives: November 2012

Silent Night – war takes a holiday

Since Cain slew Abel, humans have proven quite adept at killing one another.  Waging war comes quite easily for our race.  From Carthage to Gettysburg to Flanders, there probably isn’t a corner of the earth that hasn’t seen blood spilled … Continue reading

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Emma’s Ring

Note: November is National Adoption Month, so instead of sharing thoughts about someone else’s story, I’ve decided share my own. Emma is the second of my three daughters, our adopted Korean child sandwiched between two biological sisters.  She came into … Continue reading

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