Category Archives: think four:eight

Think four:eight {day 31}

      Day 31. Or should I say Day 31 + 4? I had the best intentions of getting my final blog posted on July 31… but sometimes, life just happens! For those of you who stopped by to read an occasional post and to those who stuck by me on my daily personal…

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Think four:eight {day 30}

Today is my mom’s 75th birthday! Our family is gathering tonight to honor and celebrate her life. She is deeply loved by her four children and their spouses and adored by her eleven grandchildren as well. My mom is a hero to me… to us all. As a young nurse, she tackled life with four…

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Think four:eight {day 29}

Meet my nephew, Estevan Joseph Miller. Estevan’s story is nothing short of miraculous. Nearly five years ago he was born 10 weeks premature, weighing in at a mere 2 lbs. 3 oz. He was abandoned at a hospital by his birth mother, who unfortunately had numerous chemical addictions. She didn’t think he would survive so…

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Think four:eight {day 28}

Tonight I made one of life’s simples pleasures… chocolate chip cookies. To some of you, baking cookies may not seem worthy of a blog post. However, this wasn’t any ordinary batch of cookies! Recently, I’ve had horrible luck with my attempts at baking chocolate chip cookies. I would follow the Nestle Toll House recipe to…

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Think four:eight {day 27}

Parker Lee Jones. From the moment he came into our lives, we could sense that his life would always be involved with people. Even as a baby, his charismatic personality seemed to magnetically draw people in around him. His tender heart and keen awareness of how others were feeling, seemed to always move him to…

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