admin on October 30th, 2008

Feb. 5, 2001 My Dear Sara, From the moment the doctor placed you in my arms June 29, 1986, just a few hours after you were born, I fell instantly in love with you. You were so beautiful. As I was gazing into your eyes you were looking at me as if you were studying […]

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admin on October 29th, 2008

“I Did It My Way” by Kristen Stevens Women have been around since God pulled the rib from Adam’s body. For the last two thousand years women have been on an unequal footing with men. In England in the late 1700′s and early 1800′s, women were expected to know how to dance and how to […]

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admin on October 20th, 2008

It was spring time after a long hard winter in Idaho and my family and I went to Nebraska to visit my folks.  This was more than 20 years ago but in my memory is as if it were yesterday.  I remember this time because when we arrived the weather was warm and my dad […]

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admin on October 1st, 2008

May 18, 2001 Wayne M. Williams Sr. slipped the bonds of life and is now in the arms of Jesus. For death is just a change of address.  We go to a place of freedom.  A place that is free of pain, free of sorrow, free of doubt, free of uncertainty. Saturday night, Dad Williams […]

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admin on October 1st, 2008

April 17, 2008   (it has been 7 years since I stood here) Anna Bell Williams It is morning in Heaven for Anna and the angels rejoice. I have known two great women in my life time.  The one who raised me and guided my life to become the person I am today and the one […]

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admin on October 1st, 2008

The Boy, the Marine, the Man ©4-13-03 JL Stevens The boy left home to become a Marine. He trained with the best you’ve ever seen. There were times early on he longed for home But with the family of Marines he was not alone. The boy, who left home became a man. To protect the […]

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