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The Son by Philipp Meyer

I just finished another audio book: The Son by Philipp Meyer. It’s a New York Times bestselling epic of a Texas family starting off with a Comanche raid, taking 13 year old Eli McCullough captive. The story covers 4 generations … Continue reading

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Strength and Determination

I had the opportunity to photograph a friend at her AcroYoga class. Balance, core strength, courage and determination all combine in these exercises and it all was on display with this amazing pose. Thanks, Mo Hendrix  and  Republic Yoga Houston  

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An Encouraging Word

When I think about the handful of people who’ve impacted my life, one thing emerges from those relationships. In the midst of my most vulnerable times, each one of them gave me a powerful gift that I so desperately needed … Continue reading

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Reading List: The Last Lion

I am truly enjoying The Last Lion, a biography about Winston Churchill covering the years of 1940-1965. There are so many parallels to our current state of world affairs. In that regard, its easier to take a less emotional look … Continue reading

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