Category: Kim’s Blogs

Seasons

As the parent of a baseball player, I can definitely say that there is a hopeful expectation that sets in right after Christmas and New Years have passed. When lots of people are feeling kind of sad and deflated after the...

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He Knows

Every school teacher dreads it. As soon as the red, white, and blue flag decorations come down and the Fourth of July commercials stop airing, we begin to sense it. The respite of summer vacation quickly coming to an end. Soon...

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Just a Few Answers I Can Give

I remember, over two years ago, I sat down to write my second blog post. My first blog post had been posted only a few days before, so I felt then that I needed to quickly clarify that although I write about stories from my life...

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Set Free

Late yesterday afternoon, I walked outside to empty my mop bucket and rinse out my mop. Of course, in the midst of doing so I got distracted and remembered something I had been noticing for the past few weeks in our backyard. We...

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A Wink and A Promise

I wouldn’t call myself superstitious, but  I have to admit that over the past few months, I have noticed a pattern of odd occurrences in my life.  While I was minding my own business during a bike ride on the afternoon of...

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Hidden Blessings

About a month ago, a  sweet friend of mine and I were texting back and forth and  at the end of our “virtual conversation,” my friend “said” the kindest thing to me, “I am going to pray for God to...

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A Legacy of Hope

I write so I can remember; I write so I will never forget. Memories and lessons from the past are still so relevant for my life today. I write to reflect on where this journey started, so I can look back and see just how far I...

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Dear Coach

Seems hard to believe that twenty-eight years ago this month I married my high school sweetheart. We first spoke to one another at the airport softball fields in Ware County near the end of my tenth grade year. I guess it should...

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From Shore to Shore

Not long ago, I stood on the long pier that stretches from the shore of Daytona Beach out into the water. After my extremely warm morning run, that I wrote about in  my last blog, I decided to cool off by walking on the pier....

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Step by Step

I like to run. Let me rephrase that statement; I like to run when I know that I am near the end of my trail. I feel so good when my run is over and done. It’s great stress relief for me; I learned that back when Holt...

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A Lesson I Needed

I’m one of those people, shamefully I admit it, who had a hard time supporting so many ministries and mission trips outside of the United States. I am proud to live in the country where I live: “The land of the free...

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