Monthly Archives: August 2011

Lovers

Some say, we’re like two ships passing in the night: Here one day, another gone from sight. I say, we’re lovers in and of the light; Here one moment, another resting in His might.

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Listening

With my wife’s final push, our newborn saw the world. We already knew she was going to be a girl, But she was still a marvel to behold. I held her in my arms, turning her over, like a prospector

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In God’s Time – Finale

“Conchita.” Her mother called from inside the apartment and walked out onto the balcony. “I found something.” Mom held up the God Box Dad had given Conchita 10 years before. “Remember this.” Conchita had given it back to Dad several

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In God’s Time – Part 11

The funeral was over, and Maria and Conchita pulled into the Arlington Heights apartment complex. They’d moved into the apartment after Conchita graduated from high school. They had less square footage than they did at their previous apartment, but they

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