Category Archives: Fullness

  1. Joy that Creeps … and an announcement

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    December 15, 2014 by Beth Hess

    The heat rises slowly. But the frost does not give way. It can be stubborn like that. Cold and unfeeling. …
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  2. Why a Manger? (the part of the Christmas story I missed for 40 years)

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    December 3, 2014 by Beth Hess

    Sugar-free for 63 days, and I have reached the bargaining stage of my grieving its loss. Creeping as close as …
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  3. For When a Flicker Lights a Way for Hope to Come (Word of the Week)

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    November 30, 2014 by Beth Hess

    Longing for a word from The Word to guide me through the week, I come before Him expectantly. He leads …
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  4. For When I Tap my Toes & Trust the Driver (Word of the Week)

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    November 16, 2014 by Beth Hess

    In the days before SUVs and seat-belt laws, I spent my days in the back of a station wagon. Exploring …
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  5. For When He Pushes Past my Resistance and Holds Me Close (Word of the Week)

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    November 9, 2014 by Beth Hess

    I did not expect anger to be the first feeling to find its way past the numbness. As the pumice stone …
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  6. This Isn’t My First Sober Rodeo (Sugar Sober Series)

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    October 4, 2014 by Beth Hess

    This is a repost of a letter I wrote to a friend in June 2011. I was six months into …
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  7. More or Less (a poem of sorts)

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    September 17, 2014 by Beth Hess

    The key is more or less Deeper or taller Strength or vulnerability Keep it simple or aim farther More passion or less …
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