Hurricane Irma affected Georgia the same dates my mother was due to have another round of chemo. The Atlanta and surrounded cities hasn’t seen this much preparation since the 1993 hurricane Emily. So shutting down the Cancer Treatment Center was a huge shocker. We could see the top of the center in the horizon and then the phone rings, “Ms…

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        Today I’m bringing you a few books that we (me and my son) had to share on the blog. Cameron has always enjoyed reading books and looking through them. In fact whenever he was little, I would bring him to books-a-million and he would say, “Mommy I want a big book, with lots of pages and…

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It’s Springtime and another week closer to Easter! I love how every plant is in full bloom and the green grass lays like fresh carpet across the lawn. It’s the perfect time to grab a picnic blanket and lay beneath the sun. I’m always usually alone, so being outside I usually spend a lot of time, meditating and catching up…

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This week on my Lenten series for kids, it’s all about snacks and giving. My Cam-Man had three ‘fasting’ cards, three ‘give’ cards and one card that explain what the color ‘purple’ symbolizes during lent. One of the fun activities we are currently working on is card “Day 17”. However, I wanted to do something a little different. Day 17…

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Happy Saint Patrick’s Day everyone!! When this day rolls around I always think of it as being how “Fat Tuesday” is for us down south, with the celebration of Mardi Gras. During our Lenten season we give up eating meats as a penance on Fridays. Saint Patrick’s Day is very similar to this in Ireland, except their “Fat Tuesday” is…

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As I continue into my second week of the lent season, I thought I would give you a little peek inside my adult prayer cards. This year I didn’t give up anything but with the occasional “no meat” Fridays. However, I want to do more, give more and spread a little happiness to my prayer life. For some of us,…

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