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For August, Red Tent Living is reflecting on the following phrase “Come Back.” We invite you to join us, or to consider exploring this theme further through the Red Tent Dinner on Identity.

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Welcome to Red Tent Living

Welcome to what is slowly unfolding as Red Tent Living!  Continue reading “Welcome to Red Tent Living”

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Below, you’ll find the latest from the Red Tent Women. We invite you to ponder, comment, and share. Above all, we hope you’ll take part.

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For September, Red Tent Living is reflecting on the following phrase “Friend?” We invite you to join us, or to consider exploring this theme further through the Red Tent Dinner on Relationships.

Suitcases and Shelves

I’m fairly certain I would make a lousy world-traveler. Continue reading “Suitcases and Shelves”

The Return

“Anna, are you coming back soon? I miss you.” Continue reading “The Return”

There will be blood.

Recently I had the chance to sit with a new mom, offering to hold her baby as she juggled her dinner, a diaper bag, a burp cloth and the stroller. Continue reading “There will be blood.”

Each new day.

I always have some apprehension and anxiety at the beginning of a new school year. Continue reading “Each new day.”

He Whispers

Come Back. The theme for this month has floated around in my head quite a bit. Continue reading “He Whispers”

Redefining Reunions

Reunions. I’ve been thinking a lot about them this month. Continue reading “Redefining Reunions”

Knots and Noodles

I’m tired.

This season has left me drained. Physically, emotionally, spiritually. Continue reading “Knots and Noodles”

I was lost

The caller asked for me by a name I have not used in almost forty years—definitely someone from my past, I thought, but I did not recognize the voice. Continue reading “I was lost”

The Gift of One More Time

It came about unexpectedly. First one child, then another and finally the last called and said, “I’m going to come over to spend the night too!” Continue reading “The Gift of One More Time”

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