Archive for May, 2005

How I Spent My Saturday Night

Sunday, May 29th, 2005

Occasionally I pick up a few extra hours at my job by working on Saturday night. The company has a weekly “kid’s night,” where parents pay to leave their children for four hours so the kids can play computer games, chess, table tennis, and draw, while also snacking on pizza and soda. While the boys […]

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A Huge Weight Lifted

Saturday, May 28th, 2005

While I was out this evening, playing with children (and earning money at the same time!), the veterinarian called. My husband talked with her, and here’s the news: Sophie’s tumor was benign. Hurrah! Considering its size, location, and the odds, this is luck, or grace. She still has a heart murmur, but since she behaves […]

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Experience Cultivates Discernment

Saturday, May 28th, 2005

This excerpt is from a post that explores the difference between discernment and inflexibility as it pertains to aging. I recommend the entire post, which is linked below. People sometimes believe elders made a choice years ago and refuse to try anything new. They are wrong. We are not inflexible at all. What we are […]

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