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This and That

Posted by on Saturday, June 8, 2013, In : writing 

            Doug and I and Kurtis had a speedy, but wonderful trip to Placerville. We went to present a copy of When God Makes Lemonade to Tom, Kurtis’ pediatric physical therapist of thirty years ago. “The Little Biker That Could” is published in that collection of inspirational stories and tells how Tom taught Kurtis to ride a “two-wheeler.” We had a great reunion with Tom and enjoyed meeting his wife Tina.



            As a bonus, before heading back to Oregon, we had breakfast w...


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May Flowers

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, May 27, 2011, In : Spring 


Isn't this gorgeous? A field of red clover near our home.

I look forward to this every spring. The area we live in grows crops for seed. Red clover is one of those crops and undoubtedly the most gorgeous. 

The big May birthday event is over for our family. Doug is busy trying out all of his new gismos and gadgets. 

I have had a devotional published in the Secret Place, Summer, 2011 edition. You can pick up a Secret Place at any American Baptist or First Christian (Disciples of Christ) Church.

Tin...
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Infinitely Trees

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, March 11, 2011, In : Infinitely Trees, 
I have been working on the book proposal for Infinitely Trees. Finally, It is finished and emailed to the potential publisher. Now two months of nailbiting while I wait to hear.

My uncle, Sid, passed away in San Diego over the weekend. My sister and I had a wonderful visit with him in September. His death was not a surprize but it still leaves a hole in my heart. Sid was a Christian and I know that he is waiting by the gate for his loved ones. Our pastor often says that this life here on earth...
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Showing Tag: "infinitely trees" (Show all posts)

This and That

Posted by on Saturday, June 8, 2013, In : writing 

            Doug and I and Kurtis had a speedy, but wonderful trip to Placerville. We went to present a copy of When God Makes Lemonade to Tom, Kurtis’ pediatric physical therapist of thirty years ago. “The Little Biker That Could” is published in that collection of inspirational stories and tells how Tom taught Kurtis to ride a “two-wheeler.” We had a great reunion with Tom and enjoyed meeting his wife Tina.



            As a bonus, before heading back to Oregon, we had breakfast w...


Continue reading ...
 

May Flowers

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, May 27, 2011, In : Spring 


Isn't this gorgeous? A field of red clover near our home.

I look forward to this every spring. The area we live in grows crops for seed. Red clover is one of those crops and undoubtedly the most gorgeous. 

The big May birthday event is over for our family. Doug is busy trying out all of his new gismos and gadgets. 

I have had a devotional published in the Secret Place, Summer, 2011 edition. You can pick up a Secret Place at any American Baptist or First Christian (Disciples of Christ) Church.

Tin...
Continue reading ...
 

Infinitely Trees

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, March 11, 2011, In : Infinitely Trees, 
I have been working on the book proposal for Infinitely Trees. Finally, It is finished and emailed to the potential publisher. Now two months of nailbiting while I wait to hear.

My uncle, Sid, passed away in San Diego over the weekend. My sister and I had a wonderful visit with him in September. His death was not a surprize but it still leaves a hole in my heart. Sid was a Christian and I know that he is waiting by the gate for his loved ones. Our pastor often says that this life here on earth...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Showing Tag: "infinitely trees" (Show all posts)

This and That

Posted by on Saturday, June 8, 2013, In : writing 

            Doug and I and Kurtis had a speedy, but wonderful trip to Placerville. We went to present a copy of When God Makes Lemonade to Tom, Kurtis’ pediatric physical therapist of thirty years ago. “The Little Biker That Could” is published in that collection of inspirational stories and tells how Tom taught Kurtis to ride a “two-wheeler.” We had a great reunion with Tom and enjoyed meeting his wife Tina.



            As a bonus, before heading back to Oregon, we had breakfast w...


Continue reading ...
 

May Flowers

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, May 27, 2011, In : Spring 


Isn't this gorgeous? A field of red clover near our home.

I look forward to this every spring. The area we live in grows crops for seed. Red clover is one of those crops and undoubtedly the most gorgeous. 

The big May birthday event is over for our family. Doug is busy trying out all of his new gismos and gadgets. 

I have had a devotional published in the Secret Place, Summer, 2011 edition. You can pick up a Secret Place at any American Baptist or First Christian (Disciples of Christ) Church.

Tin...
Continue reading ...
 

Infinitely Trees

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, March 11, 2011, In : Infinitely Trees, 
I have been working on the book proposal for Infinitely Trees. Finally, It is finished and emailed to the potential publisher. Now two months of nailbiting while I wait to hear.

My uncle, Sid, passed away in San Diego over the weekend. My sister and I had a wonderful visit with him in September. His death was not a surprize but it still leaves a hole in my heart. Sid was a Christian and I know that he is waiting by the gate for his loved ones. Our pastor often says that this life here on earth...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Showing Tag: "infinitely trees" (Show all posts)

This and That

Posted by on Saturday, June 8, 2013, In : writing 

            Doug and I and Kurtis had a speedy, but wonderful trip to Placerville. We went to present a copy of When God Makes Lemonade to Tom, Kurtis’ pediatric physical therapist of thirty years ago. “The Little Biker That Could” is published in that collection of inspirational stories and tells how Tom taught Kurtis to ride a “two-wheeler.” We had a great reunion with Tom and enjoyed meeting his wife Tina.



            As a bonus, before heading back to Oregon, we had breakfast w...


Continue reading ...
 

May Flowers

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, May 27, 2011, In : Spring 


Isn't this gorgeous? A field of red clover near our home.

I look forward to this every spring. The area we live in grows crops for seed. Red clover is one of those crops and undoubtedly the most gorgeous. 

The big May birthday event is over for our family. Doug is busy trying out all of his new gismos and gadgets. 

I have had a devotional published in the Secret Place, Summer, 2011 edition. You can pick up a Secret Place at any American Baptist or First Christian (Disciples of Christ) Church.

Tin...
Continue reading ...
 

Infinitely Trees

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, March 11, 2011, In : Infinitely Trees, 
I have been working on the book proposal for Infinitely Trees. Finally, It is finished and emailed to the potential publisher. Now two months of nailbiting while I wait to hear.

My uncle, Sid, passed away in San Diego over the weekend. My sister and I had a wonderful visit with him in September. His death was not a surprize but it still leaves a hole in my heart. Sid was a Christian and I know that he is waiting by the gate for his loved ones. Our pastor often says that this life here on earth...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Showing Tag: "infinitely trees" (Show all posts)

This and That

Posted by on Saturday, June 8, 2013, In : writing 

            Doug and I and Kurtis had a speedy, but wonderful trip to Placerville. We went to present a copy of When God Makes Lemonade to Tom, Kurtis’ pediatric physical therapist of thirty years ago. “The Little Biker That Could” is published in that collection of inspirational stories and tells how Tom taught Kurtis to ride a “two-wheeler.” We had a great reunion with Tom and enjoyed meeting his wife Tina.



            As a bonus, before heading back to Oregon, we had breakfast w...


Continue reading ...
 

May Flowers

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, May 27, 2011, In : Spring 


Isn't this gorgeous? A field of red clover near our home.

I look forward to this every spring. The area we live in grows crops for seed. Red clover is one of those crops and undoubtedly the most gorgeous. 

The big May birthday event is over for our family. Doug is busy trying out all of his new gismos and gadgets. 

I have had a devotional published in the Secret Place, Summer, 2011 edition. You can pick up a Secret Place at any American Baptist or First Christian (Disciples of Christ) Church.

Tin...
Continue reading ...
 

Infinitely Trees

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, March 11, 2011, In : Infinitely Trees, 
I have been working on the book proposal for Infinitely Trees. Finally, It is finished and emailed to the potential publisher. Now two months of nailbiting while I wait to hear.

My uncle, Sid, passed away in San Diego over the weekend. My sister and I had a wonderful visit with him in September. His death was not a surprize but it still leaves a hole in my heart. Sid was a Christian and I know that he is waiting by the gate for his loved ones. Our pastor often says that this life here on earth...
Continue reading ...
 
 
 
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