Posts Tagged “Christianity”

After the Sale

by Ashley on August 5, 2012

If you’ve never bought a used car before, well, let me tell you. You just don’t know what you’re missing. Our adventures in car-buying aside, the experience got me thinking about customer service. Customer service is ranked up there with (…)

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Hey! I resemble that remark.

by Ashley on July 1, 2012

My bathroom mirror is not a liar. No matter how offensive I find the image it reflects, there’s no denying that it’s me. No matter how much I’d like to ignore the familiarity of the squinty zombie with a rat’s (…)

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Crossing One Off My Bucket List

by Ashley on June 4, 2012

I went to my happy place this weekend. My first, though hopefully not last, Jimmy Buffett concert. It was incredible. There were hippies and beach bums (I fall into category No. 2) tailgating in the parking lot starting at least (…)

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How to Decide Which Way to Go

by Ashley on May 20, 2012

I am approaching a fork in the road. Because I tend to be a control freak, I like to consider where each path will lead me before making a decision. And because my deliberation can border on obsession at times, (…)

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Make an Exchange, No Questions Asked

by Ashley on May 14, 2012

What I’m about to share with you is a true story. Parts of it might seem outrageous and unbelievable. I assure you, it’s all very real. I had a little conversation with myself this weekend. “Self,” said I, “You’re wasting (…)

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The Definition of Me

by Ashley on April 30, 2012

I just spent an absurd amount of time choosing a photo to use for my Facebook Timeline cover. Not only that, I put off updating my Facebook to Timeline mode for months (months!) because of this indecisiveness. I couldn’t decide (…)

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Four Truths I Learned from a Scary Diagnosis

by Ashley on April 1, 2012

It makes me exceedingly sad when I hear of someone, especially Christians, lose hope, belief, trust when bad things happen. Usually something extreme – a death, a betrayal, a sickness. Recently I was diagnosed with what will be a lifelong (…)

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