Thursday, July 9 2020 - 9:06 AM

Crossings

Keep the Jelly

“Donuts aren’t worth much when the jelly is gone.” My mother, who is nearing the age of 91 looked at the fragment of her treat …

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A Christmas to Remember

What’s your favorite thing about Christmas? Is it the fresh smell of sugar cookies? Or the sight of sparkly snow and frosted window panes? Perhaps …

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A Lasting Impression

Autumn is a season that reminds me of kindness. It’s a time of year where I choose to reflect on all the good. Something about …

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Seasons of Change

Chilly air, fresh pies, cider, and the falling of leaves. It’s that time of year where we trade in our beach sandals and pool days …

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Nature’s Wonder

Staring out the window, my thoughts drifted with the waves. A blanket of sapphire sky was painted above the lake, creating nothing but blue scenery …

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The Sanctuary

The word “retro” might be the way that someone would describe it, but with the funky wallpaper and mustard yellow countertop, most people would call …

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Drowning in Debt

This past month, I’ve experienced a deep wave of heaviness. June was the start of my first student loan payment, and it hit me like …

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20 Seconds

“All you need is just 20 seconds – 20 seconds of insane courage.” We Bought a Zoo is one of those heart-warming family films that …

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Missing the Turn

“Ahh! I think I have a flat tire. I’ll have to call you back.” Click. I tossed my phone in the passenger seat and huffed dramatically. …

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