Today at lunch someone mentioned this article posted in 2015 and I decided to re-post instead of what I had planned for today it as it brought up memories of the good, … Continue reading A small departure
When someone has died people want to know, “did they have any last words?” Think about it, if you were standing by the bedside of a loved one and they looked … Continue reading Words from the deathbed
When I posted this article exactly two years ago today, little did I know that in five days I would need to read it for myself. It’s a good read … Continue reading You are only asleep!
Resurrection Day weekend, which is the most sacred day in the Christian calendar, is right around the corner, April 5, which would also have been my dad’s ninety-seventh birthday. It … Continue reading What comes first?
I looked at the dictionary definition of the word “closure”, it was simple, “the stopping of a process or activity.” Is that what it is when we seek to make … Continue reading What is Closure?
As I write this it’s Valentines Day, so, I am here to give you a little history of the day! According to one legend, (recorded by Borgna Brunner in Valentine … Continue reading I hope you had a “Happy Valentine’s Day”
Have you ever heard someone say about a person, “When God made him He broke the mold”? Even though it is said we all have a “Doppelgänger”, supposedly our look-alike … Continue reading This little light of mine HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY! ❤
Job 7:6 My days come and go swifter than the click of knitting needles, and then the yarn runs out—an unfinished life! Although it came unexpected I knew that the death … Continue reading Feeling my mortality right now
Today is my son’s birthday, the day that a prophecy and a miracle was fulfilled, I want to give you a little background here: The last time my grandfather Mushegan … Continue reading Am I a proud mom?
Leave it to me to have a dog with an anxiety disorder! Ruby is our mixed but mostly Labrador who came to us ten years ago, she was so thin … Continue reading Leave it to me…
I hit the wall a little earlier today. It was as simple as opening a drawer and seeing the “days of the week” plastic container with Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday empty … Continue reading 2014 into 2015, My thoughts
When my mother, Myrtle Olene Paulk Mushegan was born it was on a windy March day in South Georgia, Baxley to be exact, her mother was only sixteen years old … Continue reading She left us…