Day 23No sugar or dairyMy favorite time of the year is here: Autumn!And spending time with friends is for every season.Our dear friends invited us to their Octoberfest celebration for his birthday! He dressed the part!
Day 22 No sugar or dairy As I type while sipping sage tea, the doorbell rings, but not feeling the need to get up and check for a visitor. Mostly, because it’s too late for visitors and secondly, since moving into our home, the doorbell has randomly rung without anyone there. I do feel less … Continue reading Day Twenty-Two
Day 21 No sugar or dairy Are you in a place where you never in your wildest dreams imagined you would be standing? Do you wonder how you can escape this nightmare? Are you constantly begging God to deliver you from it? And the crowd rose up together against [Paul & Silas] . . . … Continue reading Day Twenty-One
Day 20 No sugar or dairy The last two days I haven’t given much thought to missing out on sugar or dairy. The grandson has been sick! He’s approaching 21 months of age and this is his first “real” sickness. Yesterday’s doctor’s visit was pretty awful. I’m sure he will remember I’m the one who … Continue reading Day Twenty
Day 19 No sugar or dairy I press on . . . Those three words are packed with suggestive implication: To not give up or give in, To push through, To keep on keeping on. This was the Apostle Paul’s motto, “I press on,” (Philippians 3:14). I would love to say it’s mine as well. … Continue reading Day Nineteen
Day 18 No sugar or dairy Do you love adventure? Is your sword sharpened and ready to go? Are you striving to win the prize? Paul’s letters are so inspiring and relevant for this age, and for every age. They are real and raw, experiencing imprisonments all the while sharing encouragement to keep on going. … Continue reading Day Eighteen
Day 17 No sugar or dairy Here I go marveling again about the awesome ways MY God works the events of our lives. Enjoying the people He puts in our lives certainly takes the focus off the bodily cravings. And just like that the 3rd Sunday in September rolls around! If you read my “Day … Continue reading Day Seventeen