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One Woman's Day · 1d ago

April 22 – Inside and Out: Women’s Truths, Women’s Stories

If you enjoy the writing in this blog, we have something special to share with you! Inside and Out: Women’s Truth, Women’s Stories is the newest book from Story Circle Network. It’s a 250-pa...
One Woman's Day · 3d ago

April 20 – Spring

by Ariela Zucker Spring by far is my favorite season. Every year when the snow finally melts I can’t get over the magic of the first spring sprouts. It’s as powerful as God’s promise never t...
One Woman's Day · 6d ago

April 17 – Love is Hard

by Susan G. Weidener Love is hard. Or, at least, those loves of infatuation, I tell my son. Those loves which are rooted in a time of deep need and vulnerability, of romance and dreams … sur...
One Woman's Day · 1M ago

March 14 – Cooking for Passover

by Ariela Zucker It is my mother’s cookbook that I kept after she passed away many years ago, so most of the recipes are hers. Every year I open it a few days before Passover and minutes lat...
One Woman's Day · 1M ago

March 9 – Want to Think Young? Mentor!

by Kali’ Rourke I am sure I echo many members of my generation who express the feeling, “I don’t feel as old as I am!”  We look in the mirror and see the inevitable downward slide of gravity...
One Woman's Day · 1M ago

March 3 – Assembly Required

by Carol Ziel I tried to brush the vanilla icing from my lip. It stuck. Or rather “they” stuck: a small colony of coarse white hairs had gathered at the corner. This burgeoning village of wh...
One Woman's Day · 1M ago

March 1 – It’s Winter Now

by Linda Hoye It’s winter now. On some days the snow falls like feathers, on others it glistens like diamonds in the late-winter sun. Today, the sun shines bright, tricking me into thinking ...
One Woman's Day · 1M ago

February 27 – Daily Stuff

by Ariela Zucker 6:00 am. Like every morning, I stand in front of the big kitchen window and wait for the water to boil. It takes about five minutes for the electric glass kettle to hum, the...
One Woman's Day · 2M ago

February 18 – The Spirit of Wild Horses

by V.J. Knutson We’ve come to the bluffs in hopes of seeing the wild horses. The day is crystal blue without a cloud in the sky. My heart is heavy. It’s been nearly a week since I’ve heard f...
One Woman's Day · 2M ago

February 14 – Valentine for My Mother

by Linda M. Hasselstrom January 7. On this day in 1957, a Monday, my mother wrote, “A lovely washday. . . . and I felt like working.” What a good reminder that I should concentrate on the po...