Are You Seeing Red?

isaiahIf you read my last blog post, you know that one of the accomplishments of my “summer vacation” was that I wrote a book. I turned this 125-page Word document over to a friend of mine, well-versed in editing, to review. It took me two weeks after I’d written the last word to place the book in her hands. Read more ›

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I Am Not a Salesperson

Recently my voice mail and email boxes have been filling up with messages from recruiters from insurance organizations. Apparently they think I’d make a great salesperson for their respective products. Uh. No. Read more ›

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Never Forget…An Invitation for Change on September 11

romans_8-39Fifteen years ago today, September 11, 2001, life as we knew it changed forever. The unthinkable became thinkable. The impossible became possible. The “never here” came here. Read more ›

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Are You Dead Inside?

This past week, I got the brilliant idea to prune the azaleas in front of my house. These lovely bushes were planted almost twenty years ago having replaced a lineup of pathetic-looking boxwoods. On the surface, these bushes are gorgeous. Overflowing with beautiful pink blooms in the spring that have been the envy of my neighbors. I look forward to their coming out party every year. Why would I want to jeopardize this joyful experience? Read more ›

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Back to School Days

ecclesiastesOther than “What’s for dinner”, there are no other words that strike the fear of God in me than these six words uttered by my two teenagers as of late. Upon hearing them, my typical outward response is, “Of course. You can ask me anything.” Read more ›

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How a Groundhog Turned into a Raccoon

be anxious for nothingA few weeks ago, my son came into the house explaining that a creature had run across our deck while he was shutting off the sprinkler. My first words of “What did it look like?” were met with a response that resembles so many teenager responses, “I don’t know.” Read more ›

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About Jennifer Covello

We’ve all heard that people come into our lives for a reason. For a long time, for me, those “people” were friends, colleagues, DMV personnel, bank tellers, and customer service reps at the utility companies. You get the idea... (read more)
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