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Longing for the basics of life

My five-year old granddaughter, Liberty, called me the other day to report that she had just watched a TV show that came out when I was only five years old (just like her!) “Did you watch that show, Nana? There’s … Continue reading

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Simplicity (part 2)

My husband and I visited our son and his family after the birth of number 3 child. We treated the two older grandchildren to a restaurant visit. Liberty ordered chocolate chip pancakes in the shape of a bear head and … Continue reading

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Simplicity

 Sitting on my desk right under my monitor screen rests a sign with just one word “Simplicity.” Webster defines simplicity as: not difficult, easy, not elaborate, complicated or ornate, plain, unassuming, bare, humble, lowly, and freedom from complexity or intricacy, … Continue reading

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Simple Gifts: Embracing Simplicity

Simple Gifts: Embracing Simplicity – (Taken from Simple Abundance – A Daybook of Comfort and Joy, by Sarah Ban Breathmach) “When we appreciate how much we have, we feel the urge to pare down, get back to basics, and learn … Continue reading

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