Proverbs 8

When do you squeal in excitement? Better yet, what can make you look absolutely nonsensical to a watching world, but you don’t care because of the amount of joy it provides? Since he was 3 months old, watching our grandson while his parents were at work has been our privilege. During his first two years … Continue reading Proverbs 8

Proverbs 7

One of the best things my parents did for me as a child was making sure I enrolled in the Bible Memory Association (BMA) program at our Church. I found it very helpful to write out the verse I was to memorize. Oftentimes I just kept writing it until I had it down. I also … Continue reading Proverbs 7

Proverbs 6

Attending the National Radio Broadcasters Convention in Nashville in 2003 was an unbelievable honor. We will always be grateful to the church member that gave us free tickets to attend. Meeting Christian writers, pastors, speakers, and musicians was a huge privilege. But more than the endearing reception that a certain pastor/teacher/author demonstrated as he signed … Continue reading Proverbs 6

Proverbs 5

A little boy looks up at you, With eyes opened wide. He puts his trusting hand in yours, And something stirs insideHe leads you to the window, Where you stand and stare …A robin hops out on the lawn, But you didn’t see it there.Your mind is deep in thought; The years are racing past. … Continue reading Proverbs 5

Proverbs 4

For good or bad, I grew up watching television. Most of the programs I enjoyed had good character lessons, filled with meaningful principles. “Little House on the Prairie” was probably my favorite and most watched show. One series I watched as a child and continued to watch with the hubby is The Andy Griffith Show. … Continue reading Proverbs 4

Proverbs 3

I wasn’t quite sure what to expect but in June of 2009, like many other women, I underwent a hysterectomy. My very first surgery ever. After surgery as I rested in my room, I was informed everything had gone well except for some difficulty in the intubation process. But after two nights in the hospital, … Continue reading Proverbs 3

Proverbs 2

As I turned to pray on this National Day of Prayer, I was overcome by all the needs near and far! From local to out of state, to the many national needs, the amount of prayer concerns was overwhelming! And my first reaction normally would have been to be depressed. But thankfully, I turned to … Continue reading Proverbs 2

Proverbs 1

Have you ever needed to make a decision and you just weren’t sure what course or action to take? Or, maybe you’ve watched someone else, maybe your own child, not follow your instructions. Multiple options make decision-making difficult. Watching others live according to their own devices is painful as they suffer severe consequences. Why do … Continue reading Proverbs 1