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The cross before me

Faith & Inspiration
by Chelsea Boes
Posted 10/22/15, 11:58 am

I’ve reached that part of pregnancy where your feet seem to get farther and farther away, like Lewis Carroll’s Alice after she downs the bottle marked “Drink Me.” I like these days. I like them because they come preequipped with reasons to sit quietly. The chart at the doctor’s office says I have arrived at the week of pregnancy that requires a nap every day. I feel like a grown-up cat stretched out in the sun, designed for uninterrupted rest. This is my kind of living—and I enjoy it doubly because I know it won’t last long.

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Perspectives in Penang

Travel
by Sophia Lee
Posted 10/21/15, 04:33 pm

WORLD reporter Sophia Lee is traveling through Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Burma, and other Southeast Asian countries. She’s sending us regular reports of what she sees, feels, and does—Nellie Bly–style.

PENANG, Malaysia—The first thing I notice as I walked the streets of George Town, the capital of Penang, is the architecture.

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A wedding story only God could craft

Travel
by Sophia Lee
Posted 10/17/15, 02:44 pm

WORLD reporter Sophia Lee is traveling through Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Burma, and other Southeast Asian countries. She’s sending us regular reports of what she sees, feels, and does—Nellie Bly–style.

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