Hello my friend! I thought I would write a kind of a “personal” letter to you and let you hear my philosophy on slowing down as we get older, are … Continue reading I decided to write a letter to you!
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…
Today is the sixth 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 5-08-13 My dad’s glorious day
It seems impossible that this is 2019 already! Where have the years gone? Tomorrow is Easter and a time to think about why Jesus made Himself the sacrificial lamb for … Continue reading Easter 2019
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?
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…
Do you believe that when we die we go to heaven? Do you believe that, God willing, you can see or hear people who have gone on? I am here … Continue reading Suspend your disbelief…
5-8-13 – 5-8-14 I would have thought this time last year that it would have been easier by now, but I still cannot get used to the fact that my … Continue reading 5-8-2013 to 5-8-2014
I saw something on GMA that caught my attention, it was a seven-year-old boy in a wheel chair, he was wearing a special shirt, with John Cena’s picture on it. … Continue reading Is it just me?
RE-BLOG FOR SOME OF MY FRIENDS WHO DID NOT SEE IT IN MAY! Psalm 39:4-6 “Tell me, what’s going on, God? How long do I have to live? Give me … Continue reading My Dad’s Glorious Day!
Moms are always so full of wisdom, not just wisdom but WISDOM! I had an analogy that I would tell my son until he started quoting it ahead of me. … Continue reading Life is Like a Ferris Wheel Ride