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Change is Good: A New Blog Routine

I'm back!  It was good to step back and take a few weeks off.  We enjoyed Christmas in New York with our whole family and just sent Dan and Katie back to snowy Rochester after a week with us here in Florida. We are looking forward to a great 2018.  I would like to share two things that will be changing.  No we are not selling, moving, or buying a home.  We have done enough of that to last a life time.  So, what is changing?
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Merry Christmas!

As you are reading this post we will be gathered with our family to celebrate Christmas in New York.  I can't wait!  We will all be together on Christmas Eve and Christmas morning.  I will not be posting until the New Year.  Brenda and I pray your Christmas and holiday season is blessed and that in some way you discover and believe you are not alone, what you do matters, and that God loves you.  Merry Christmas! Warren & Brenda ...
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On The First Day of Christmas….

I posted this last year and wanted to share it with you again this!  It is a great one to share with folks who ask the question, "What can we give you or do for you this holiday season?"  Merry Chrismtas. Every year a few weeks before Christmas friends and family would begin to call and ask, “What can I get David for Christmas?”  Each year David would lose more of his sight, physical ability, and cognitive skills.  While his love and passion for the holiday never waivered, his ability to ...
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Warren’s Sermon: Beauty from Brokeness

Today will be my final blog entry on the "The Story of David's Refuge."  It has been fun, therapeutic, and at times difficult to wade through some of the more difficult parts of our story.  Thank you for taking the time to read it.  It is truly a picture of beauty coming from brokenness. In closing, I am going to share a sermon I just gave at our church here in Bonita Springs, Turning Point Church.  It is a great summary of our journey, our struggle to understand disability from ...
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3 Gifts: You are not alone, What you do matters, God loves you!

I am not much of a shopper.  The moment I walk into a shopping mall something happens to me physically.  My eyes start to dry out.  My mind goes numb from all the choices.  And after about six minutes of watching all the people running from one store to the next with bags full of treasures, I begin to feel exhausted.  This is especially true if I walk in not knowing what I am looking for.  As you can imagine, Brenda loves it when I go shopping with her. I ...
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