Mar 26, 2014-- "Footsteps in the hall and the familiar sound of a key turning in its lock. My husband is home. He drops his lunch bag by the door like a schoolboy. Hurry, he says, there's something time-sensitive you need to see. I am pulled to my feet by curiosity and the urgency in his voice. We hustle into the cool, dark arms of a January night.." In these three short pieces a writer opens a window onto everyday moments, inspiring an appreciation for the beauty that lurks in the ordinary. (25438 reads)
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Whether we live in poverty or prosperity, we can still live generously.
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