I want to pay tribute to wonderful people I have known, the wonderful country in which I live, the communities in which I have lived, the churches who have claimed me as their own, the God who sends shivers down my back when I really give him a portion of my time—well, maybe not shivers but tears flow easily in some of those most priceless times.
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Category Archives: life happens
Another train car to unpack. I’m now on my ninth. One for each decade. The first four, I packed my cars – education, family, houses, cars, friends and stuff – from cars and jars to singing tunes and measuring spoons. … Continue reading
I have a new accessory; They say it’s a necessity. I wish it were a bracelet or a purse. I guess it could be something worse. But I don’t like it, not one little bit. I prefer music and puppies … Continue reading
Thankful for life, love, light, and laughter. Life: My granddaughter had her head on my chest, she smiled and said “I hear your heart.” Isn’t it nice that the heart just keeps doing its job, seldom drawing attention to itself. … Continue reading
Good Day to the Blogging World. I’m checking in to say I live, I move and I have my being in Christ Jesus….. I got carried away. 😀 I’m checking in to say, “Hello,” with a few newsy kinds of … Continue reading
I can’t read so I will write. Let me explain. I’ve been to the ophthalmologist and my eyes are still too diluted to read much. Since my eyes don’t work well, I will see what my brain and fingers can … Continue reading
I am progressing well. Home health nurse and physical therapist have been by and the occupational therapist is on her way. Good care and follow up planned for me. Thankful for these good services. Will see the surgeon on Wednesday. … Continue reading
“It will be a wonderful life with you,” the bride whispers confidently. “Hush, little baby, mama’s darling child,” mother coos softly. “Go back and brush your teeth now,” mother scolds sternly. “Wow, these grades are great,” mother exclaimes encouragingly. “Go, … Continue reading