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Become Like Little Children

By Charla Spalluto Misse It is common to see young children upset by things that adults consider relatively trivial. As children mature, we generally expect them to be more understanding and to temper their expectations. Well, when I was not-so-young (15 years old), my parents gave me a very nice pair of blue leather tassel […]

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Little Things Can Make a Difference

By Charla Spalluto Misse I look for ways to encourage prayer and devotion in my home and in our school.  I try very hard to discern and carry out the Lord’s Will. I am so frequently humbled, however, struck by the enormity of another’s work toward the glory of God.  So much more than I […]

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Losing Focus

By Charla Spalluto Misse My child is extremely focused. I often have to wait for him to finish something before he can really listen to me. I respect my son’s disposition, though. He is showing no disrespect when he isn’t focused on me. He is simply consumed.

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Just Driving Thru

By Charla Spalluto Misse After a long day of work one evening, when I was single, living in Virginia and feeling particularly homesick for New Orleans, I went to the drive-thru at Popeye’s.  If you knew me, you would think that was pretty funny since I don’t particularly like fast food.  Still, there I was, […]

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