My eyes opened to the darkness of the room. It was the middle of the night and, once again, I was wide awake. It was a common occurrence; because of my age or because it was 2020, who’s to say? Thoughts In The Middle Of The Night And as was typical, my thoughts started … More Have You Prepared Room In Your Heart This Christmas?
I just experienced one of the most interesting weekends of my life. It was a cultural experience like none other. If you have a minute, I’d love to tell you about it. A Surprise Invitation It all started at the end of October. My husband and I had spent three weeks in the mountains of … More A Multi-Cultural Weekend of Joyful Celebration
Whenever the spirit from God came on Saul, David would take up his lyre and play. Then relief would come to Saul; he would feel better, and the evil spirit would leave him. I Samuel 16:23 I get this. I understand why Saul would feel better after David played his lyre for him. I experienced … More How The Power Of The Symphony Blessed My Day
I just got home from the mountains and I’m exhausted. Not physically, although that hike up the mountain a couple of days before we left was a challenge for my out-of-shape self. I’m talking about being emotionally exhausted. My husband and I spent a couple of days short of a month in the mountains … More The Good and The Bad on the Roller Coaster of Life
I could feel my anxiety increasing as the talking head droned on and on. Blah, blah, blah. I rolled my eyes and thought to myself, “enough already”. But, there was no escaping. My husband finally reached over and changed the radio station to something more pleasant. He either sensed my growing anxiety or had tired … More Why I Can Choose Joy No Matter The Circumstance
I’m finding that the older I get, the more I reminisce about “the good old days”. Maybe you can relate. Especially if you grew up attending a small church. … More Old Time Religion