All posts by: lorimorrow

I got my first pair of glasses when I was just 6. They weren’t just any glasses, they were bifocals and I pretty much hated them. I’m not sure how many pairs I went through during elementary school and junior...
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If you’re like me, you always liked watching strong female characters on TV. I remember spinning around in the back yard, pretending that I was Diana Prince, who would turn into Wonder Woman – silly costume and all – just...
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Although I spent my childhood in a little town just outside of Oklahoma City, my mom got remarried one summer during junior high. Her new husband worked for an oil company which transferred him to Odessa just two days before...
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The shortest route between two points is a straight line, or so my High School math teacher eloquently instructed us. I always loved math. It seemed to me that the numbers fixed themselves in just such a fashion as to...
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Each summer, the Junior High Youth Group at our church makes the trek from the hot and dusty flatlands of West Texas to the cool mountains of Gunnison, Colorado for a weeklong summer camp known as The Great Escape. One...
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Today marks the beginning of the Spring Semester of the Immeasurably More Ladies Bible Study at my church. It’s designed to meet the needs  working & stay-at-home moms by being both short and sweet. We meet for 25 minutes of...
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This week, we plunge full-bodied into the deep waters of New Years Resolutions. Statistics consistently report that most of us are great at identifying New Years Resolutions we’d like to make, but only a few of us manage to keep...
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As we approach Christmas Eve, I’ve been pondering the magnificence of this Holiday Season. I keep my tree lights on all day and into the late hours of evening because they glisten ever so delicately, reminding me of the Perfect...
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The end of summer means its time for kids everywhere to head back to school. Back in the day, the first day of school was nearly always after Labor Day. That’s not quite true anymore, but there are still those...
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By now, you may be aware that last week’s confirmation hearing for the deputy director of the Office of Management and Budget encountered some very turbulent waters. The nominee was forced into a heated discussion about his theology, stemming from...
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