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One day at a time
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Birthday:
Mar 27, 1963 (Age: 59)
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sitting in my recliner--I'm sure!
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was a missionary in Mexico and Chile, was a school

One day at a time

Always in a state of change....., 59, from sitting in my recliner--I'm sure!

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    Birthday:
    Mar 27, 1963 (Age: 59)
    Region or City:
    sitting in my recliner--I'm sure!
    Occupation:
    was a missionary in Mexico and Chile, was a school
    Faith:
    Baptist
    Marital Status:
    Married
    Politics:
    US-Republican
    mother of 4 (3 daughters and 1 son) My oldest two are married (I know I have to be too young for that!). Due to a car accident I spend my days in my chair or going to the doctor. Have spent way too much time on the computer and have found this forum--addicting! :)

    reading, crocheting (mostly doilies), stamp/card making, sudoku, computer, movies....
    I have been studying and working on maybe writing...a book or Bible studies or something....it is a work in progress.

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    I just read this quote in Choosing to SEE by Mary Beth Chapman

    "Christianity doesn't deny the reality of suffering and evil. .....Our hope....is not based on the idea that we are going to be free of pain and suffering. Rather it is based on the conviction that we will triumph over suffering. ----Brennan Manning
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