Category Archives: Epiphany

“Slow Down” by Kelly Farley

“Slow Down” I work about 3 miles from where I live, which is unheard of here in the western suburbs of Chicago.  However, the route I take to work is the same route that many people take to catch the … Continue reading

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“A Curious Thing”

A curious thing happened this past Sunday. I’m not quite sure how to describe it, but here goes: I’ve wanted a wood shop for many years, but we’ve never been in a position to afford one. In September, 2010, we … Continue reading

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