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Lisa Huddleston

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FIRST-PERSON: Eyes on the prize

LEBANON, Tenn. (BP)--My husband, who is a federal employee, didn't have to go to work on Columbus Day ...

FIRST-PERSON: The rains came

LEBANON, Tenn. (BP)--The daughter of some very good friends got married in early May.

FIRST-PERSON: To the cross

LEBANON, Tenn. (BP)--A couple of weeks ago, I drove my daughter to a doctor's appointment that she was dreading.

FIRST-PERSON: Growing through trials

LEBANON, Tenn. (BP)--As a rehab doctor in a veteran's hospital, my husband treats soldiers who have recently returned from the war in Iraq as well as veterans from past wars.

FIRST-PERSON: New every morning

LEBANON, Tenn. (BP)--It was probably fourth or fifth grade. I had a paper due that had to be written on one clean sheet of paper -- in ink.

FIRST-PERSON: Growing pains

LEBANON, Tenn. (BP)--When I was a kid I spent huge amounts of time anxiously, almost painfully, anticipating the future.

FIRST-PERSON: A great example of sacrifice

LEBANON, Tenn. (BP)--My very round, less-than-five-feet-tall, Appalachian grandmother owned one navy blue dress.

FIRST-PERSON: Dad called today

LEBANON, Tenn. (BP)–Every year I end up there. Standing in front of racks of Father’s Day cards and staring through dull eyes, my left eyebrow smugly cocked as I agonizingly search through row after row of saccharin messages for at least one that I can honestly say to my dad. Things like, “You’ve always been […]

FIRST-PERSON: Motherhood, piece of cake?

LEBANON, Tenn. (BP)--I had no idea what I was in for. My young intern husband and I had laughed our way through our childbirth classes. After all, we had waited four years to have this baby, had read all the books, and knew exactly what we were doing. This was going to be a piece of cake.