My Ten Favorite Bible Verses About Love

So Long, Valentines Day Valentines Days is over. The chocolates have been devoured (at least all of the good pieces) and the flowers are beginning to fade. The sentimental greeting cards have been packed away and Valentine decorations removed to make way for the next holiday.  Some people love Valentines Day — the romance, candlelight, … More My Ten Favorite Bible Verses About Love

How One Spunky Little Squirrel Helped Banish The January Blues

The January Blues Have you ever had a case of the January blues? You know, that kind of blah feeling you get after the fun and excitement of Christmas is over — your calendar is less full, your house looks bare without all of the Christmas decoration, your people have gone home. It’s easy to … More How One Spunky Little Squirrel Helped Banish The January Blues

How One Delicious Christmas Tradition Continues Even In My Empty Nest

A Delicious Tradition Creamy scrambled eggs, buttery grits, flaky biscuits, our favorite jelly from North Carolina, crisp bacon, sausage (link and patty, hot and mild), cheese, sweet cinnamon rolls, tangy orange danish, Florida orange juice, chocolate milk and hot coffee all served on my Christmas dishes with a snowy Christmas tree surrounded by farm animals.  … More How One Delicious Christmas Tradition Continues Even In My Empty Nest

How A Small Town Celebration Filled Me With Gratitude

Veteran – a person who has served in a military force, especially one who has fought in a war A Day To Honor Veterans A few days ago, our nation celebrated Veterans Day.  I’m ashamed to admit it isn’t a holiday I have always celebrated.  This year was different.  Other than a few cousins or … More How A Small Town Celebration Filled Me With Gratitude