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Photo by Expose Your Soul

By Eun Joo Angela Ryo

“Oh the weather outside is frightful… but the fire is so delightful… and since we’ve no place to go… Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!” As the Christmas carol bellowed out of my car radio, I could hear my children in the backseat excitedly dissecting, exegeting, analyzing, and parsing every comment we had made about what they might get for Christmas this year.  (more…)

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Photo by PhillipC

Photo by PhillipC

By Liz Chang

Birthday week is one of my favorite times to slow down to reflect on the journey God has brought me through, to observe the place I find myself in today, and to look at the road that lies ahead. I think back to the parts of my journey where I walked through valleys of sorrow and pain, valleys of waiting and transition, and valleys of tiredness and despair. (more…)

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Photo by Adrian Dreßler

Photo by Adrian Dreßler

By Wendy Choy-Chan

In the movie Beaches, there was one scene where Hillary got very upset because she had forgotten what her mother’s hands looked like.  I remember when I watched that scene, I tried to think of my mother’s hands, and couldn’t really picture them.  (more…)

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Photo by kennymatic

By Elizabeth Chang

Napkin dispenser.

Muffin.

Sea glass.

Porch swing.

Turkey, Muenster cheese, lettuce, tomato, mayo on a roll.

Trampoline. (more…)

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