This morning as I had my morning coffee, I was scrolling through my Facebook posts and one caught my eye, the story was familiar to me… someone was comparing life … Continue reading Life is like a Ferris Wheel
Today is the seventh anniversary of my dad taking his leave from this earth. I feel his spirit close to me often and with my sister posting his messages every … Continue reading For 5-8-20 My dad’s Glorious Day
I was eight when a Gospel quartet came to our church to sing for us. One of the young men, a very handsome man with black hair, brown eyes and … Continue reading Rest In Peace …
I read someone’s post that said, “Remember last week when we thought a time change, a full moon and Friday the 13thwere a lot to deal with in one week?” … Continue reading …and suddenly those things didn’t matter
Do you have children? I have two, ten years apart, a girl and a boy. Raising each of them was totally different from the other because one was all about … Continue reading Wearing my heart on the outside…
Hebrews 12:17 says, “For ye know how that afterward, when he would have inherited the blessing, he was rejected: for he found no place of repentance, though he sought it … Continue reading So what is the solution?
September 14, 2019 I don’t usually start by putting the date, now I’ll tell you why. At three o’clock in the morning on September 14 a long time ago, there … Continue reading September 14, Jinxed or Blessed?
Lately I have had several people close to me to die. With the passing of my uncle this past August 17 I thought of something I had written before my … Continue reading Life is like a Ferris Wheel
People say mistakes are good for you if you learn from them so they aren’t repeated. I would rather learn from watching you make mistakes, making them myself has been … Continue reading Pulling it together
March 15, 2017 I posted this when I lost someone very dear to me. Last night my Uncle had his *”glorious day” and transitioned to his new status well and … Continue reading Another piece of my heart…
The morning after my dad went to heaven I went to the kitchen to make the coffee and oatmeal and thought of all the fun I used to have guessing … Continue reading Morning afters and long,lonely roads
According to the dictionary, Fear is a noun and is a distressing emotion aroused by impending danger, evil, pain, etc. whether the threat is real or imagined, it is the … Continue reading Facing fear is never easy