Mornings with Jesus


SOMEONE TOLD ME, “SHOW ME your calendar and I’ll show you who you are.” That’s stuck with me, and convicted me. I think of myself. So when my schedule gets full of meetings and work/writing deadlines, I have to adjust for family time: drinking coffee with my parents; carving out time for my husband and my kids, including reading to Stella, fishing with Harper, piano with Adelaide, running with Grace.

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Saturday, May 1
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Saturday, May 29
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Tuesday, May 25
BECAUSE OF MY MOTHER’S HISTORY, I get an annual mammogram at MD Anderson Cancer Prevention Center. Some years back, a doctor asked if I’d participate in a study for women at low-risk for ovarian cancer. It would require blood to be drawn once a year