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I look so forward to Lovinas' column each week. We seem to get so caught up with our hectic, fast paced way of life that we do not take the time to enjoy the simple "God-given" ways. She thanks God every day for her husband, children and family. Her children do not throw a tantrum because they do not have their own computer, iPod, cell phone or TV in their room. She works along side of her husband and enjoys being with him. When I read her column, I forget whatever problems I have. I am in awe of this woman and all that she does during the day. 


I'll throw my thanks in to LuvMaerz and BKCronin for helping others figure out the login...I  was a bit swamped with requests today for help... so thanks to both of you for stepping in for me!:)

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I agree!

Very nicely put!  I think that is why people love to read the column.  As my husband sits upstairs, hypnotized by the moving images and pretty colors on the screen, I would love to be able to sit and talk without the distraction.  So many of us, MYSELF included, are so addicted to these parts of our "normal" lives, we wouldn't know what to do without them.  We could do it, but we would be wondering what was happening on our favorite shows, etc. 

Lovina's children are lucky that they have parents who will take the time to teach them how to cook, sew, sing, play games, etc.  We should all step back, take a good look, and learn a lesson or two from the Amish.

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