This week, we have something special for you! Each day you will have a chance to get better acquainted with our Hope for Widows website authors, as we've asked each one, for their daily post, to share something about themselves ...
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I remember the day of my father's funeral. He had been a pilot in the Korean Conflict, and I will always remember the impressive solemnity of the 21-gun salute just before the graveside service ended. My heart was so sad ...
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I was driving toward home after running errands this morning when a thought entered my mind. It was like a flash - just there for an instant, and a bright light filled my mind and my heart. It left as ...
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I just read a quote from Winston Churchill: "Success is not final, failure is not fatal. It is the courage to continue that counts." It was a needed reminder this morning. If I failed at something yesterday, I can still try ...
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I remember when Mom and Dad loaded us all up in the old station wagon and drove us to the drive-in theatre less than a mile away. Arms full of blankets and pillows, we were ready for one of our ...
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                  I went to the store yesterday and all around - in addition to the Halloween decorations - were shelves and shelves of Thanksgiving decorations.   It brought to mind how Thanksgiving ...
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As I began the grieving process, I often felt like I had huge signs like this one plastered on my chest and back. I felt like when I went out in public, anyone could easily see I was only half ...
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