About meI am a person of many passions. I am passionate about my faith and my family including my husband and my 2 adult children. I am passionate about healing and recovery. I am passionate about my career as a physical therapist. I am also passionate about connecting deeply with others. I am passionate about the arts, reading, and I love sports--- all kinds.
ardisanelson on Celebrating our 40th Wedding A… Kim on A Ray of Hope and a Ticket to… Stacey on A Ray of Hope and a Ticket to… ardisanelson on A Ray of Hope and a Ticket to… ardisanelson on LIVING IN THE MOMENT
Copyright NoticeKim Amrine and Deep Waters Hidden Treasures, 2014. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission for this blog's author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Kim Amrine and Deep Waters Hidden Treasures.com with appropriate and specific direction to the original content. Reader comments belong to the readers directly and permission must be granted from them individually.
Author Archives: Kim
I used to think that I loved others well. I am one of these sentimental types who cries easily during movies, and the rare, touching commercial. And because I was sentimental, and I cared, I thought it meant that I loved … Continue reading
Today is our 40th Wedding Anniversary. We were married on September 6, 1975. I have been reflecting on the many anniversaries we have had over the years and how quickly time has passed, and how at the same time, it … Continue reading
A few years ago I had a chance to attend the retirement party for a former high school teacher of mine, Dave Craig. He was retiring after 47 years of teaching business related classes at Highline High School. In my … Continue reading
Not too long ago, I read a book called The Divine Conspiracy by Dallas Willard, a well-known philosopher (recently deceased), from the University of Southern California. Like most philosophers, his writings are rich with the compelling questions of life. In … Continue reading
I was recently watching one of those feel good Christmas movies on Netflix (at least I suspected the ending would be a feel good ending, based on other Christmas movies I had watched previously) But…..I just couldn’t wait to see … Continue reading
The family dinner table – so symbolic, so real. I tend to think of it in terms of the famous Norman Rockwell painting—people smiling, a feeling of community. But the reality can be so different—the vacant places of those who … Continue reading