Bethany Graybill

Setbacks

November 5, 2014 Setbacks by Bethany Graybill An unexpected letter arrived in our mailbox earlier this year.  It was from a local university Baseball Coach and sent to my 11 year-old son who’d had to give up his favorite sport this year – ice hockey – due to a medical condition. The note from the […]

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How We Spend Our Lives

April 4, 2014 How We Spend Our Lives, by Bethany Graybill Earlier this week I had lunch with a dear friend who recently lost her mom to a very short and courageous battle with cancer.  I asked what she missed most about her mom and if there were any special reminders of her mom or […]

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Marching into the Unknown

October 4, 2013 Marching into the Unknown by Bethany Graybill I’ve always had a fascination for maps.  I love to see the big picture, to know where I’m going, to see where one road intersects another, to explore the many possibilities of getting from one place to the next, and the joy of the adventure along […]

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