Perhaps it’s the fall leaves, or maybe it’s the upcoming All Saints’ Day and the memories it raises, but whatever the cause, a number of we gals seem to be looking back and writing about things in our past and the reflections they invoke in us.
Deb tells us about her mom’s “Godmother shoes” as she heads out to walk the labyrinth…
Derek is thinking about the soundtrack of his life…
In “fruitfulwords”, we are reminded of the value of researching our ancestry.
Mindy looks back and considers a few regrets.
Julia takes us back to lessons learned in pilgrimage in Assisi, Italy just last summer.
Milton takes us back 50 years to the first time he sang the national anthem of Zambia, at the birthdate of that new nation – and gives us an audio version so we can sing along!
Janet shares childhood memories and reflects on family connections, both recent and long ago.
Terri reconnects with a friend from years ago, and brings her daughter along…
and Jan recalls those child care providers that made it possible for her to serve her call when her family was young.