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Holiday’s

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June 20, 2020
Holiday’s

Father’s Day (My Father, Mother, holding my sister Caroline, Joy and me)   Regardless of pandemics, financial crises, or social unrest, we do not want to forget to honor our fathers; you still have time to buy a card! I lost my father more thn thirty years ago, but it does not mean that...
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January 22, 2020

“Ye are the Light of the World”   In 2001, Andrea Yates did the unthinkable, and murdered her children; sadly, it appears that another mother in Arizona has committed the same heinous act. Tonight I found a sermon my Mother wrote, in response to the events that occurred almost twenty years ago. Her first...
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December 18, 2019

Merry Christmas to Kate, from Mother     Mother sent this note to Kate in a Christmas card: “Maybe one of these will be valuable. Merry Christmas, Love, Stella “This one came from your grandmother. I found it when I was sweeping where her sewing machine was sitting.”     It is no secret...
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November 22, 2019

An Unexpected Gift     Going through a stack of music books, in my office, I came across a book with my Father’s handwriting. It is an instructional book, teaching one how to be able to play popular Latin music, on the guitar. Though the copyright for the book is 1974, this edition was...
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October 19, 2019

I Should Save This for Mother’s Day   My Mother’s Bible was sitting by my bedside; I had used it to compare a scripture in my own Bible, which is a different version. I have gone through her Bible a lot; but as I picked it up to put it away, I decided to...
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September 22, 2019

A Birthday Wish to Me     I actually carry this card in my Bible, though not in Proverbs; perhaps I need to change that; I still find comfort and inspiration in her words and more importantly, His word.   “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own...
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August 13, 2019

  “Here’s a little help with your deposit!”       I will admit that is the line that has kept me from previously sharing this letter. My Mother did not put an actual date on the letter, as so often was the case, and I foolishly so often, did not keep the envelopes...
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July 17, 2019

A Just Because Note     “Your roses may have thorns but don’t forget, your thorns may have some roses too, the God of great compassion loves you yet, and he will never fail to see you through.” ~ Stella L. Mosqueda ~ This note so epitomizes my Mother. I have no idea what...
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June 10, 2019

Los Dones Espirituales   I have so little written by my Father, verses my Mother.  On this little piece of paper, he wrote out the gifts of the Spirit.  I so wish I had a tape of him preaching.  
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May 15, 2019

My Father and Me     In all fairness, I cannot imagine who will care about this post, but I cannot help myself. This is a piece of a newsletter from Puerto Rico, in the mid-1960’s, when we lived on the island. Honestly, I wish I had the entire article, posted on the flip...
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