Category Archives: Annemarie Quigley

Through a glass, darkly.

It is so tempting to view our lives as simple, linear, narrative threads. A series of events, thoughts and emotions, each in direct causal relationship to its sucessor.  And yet, nothing is ever so clear. There are other people, with … Continue reading

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Random Harvest

Some old friends of mine are in town to attend the inauguration. As we sat down to dinner last night with our assorted children and a very new friend of mine, I was struck by a thought.  This group, this … Continue reading

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Terrible Twos

Yesterday in the Teen Service we had a discussion about why God doesn’t step in and “fix” everything.  Seems like a fair question.  In fact, it seems most “There is no God” arguments are based on the idea that an … Continue reading

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Let’s try that again…

I like that Christmas lasts for twelve days. I like that the newness of it gets to wear off, the tree starts to look a little sad, the ribbons jam up the vacuum and the Christmas Ham finally ends up … Continue reading

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