Our Relentless Search for Home

Our Relentless Search for Home

by Cathee Poulsen Earlier this year, and for a myriad of reasons, Bob and I decided to put Simplicity Cottage on the market. It’s an older house, after all, and we felt that in days to come we’d do better on a more level piece of ground. It seems destiny had other plans. Over the […]

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When Darkness Seems to Hide His Face

When Darkness Seems to Hide His Face

by Cathee Poulsen I’m on my way back from the hospital. The sky’s as black as a moonless night and spikes of lightening fracture the darkness. It’s only 3 PM but I feel like I’m driving into midnight. In more ways than one. “My son, Curtis. Curtis, my son.” Like David weeping over Absalom, my […]

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When It Looks Like Complete Destruction

When It Looks Like Complete Destruction

by Cathee Poulsen I came across this quote earlier today and it struck me that this is what Easter is all about. Isn’t it? And we commemorate it and celebrate the resurrection, but when this same quote is a picture of our lives, we forget that something that seems to be unraveling by the second, […]

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