One of my biggest loves about autumn are the pumpkins and scarecrows. I have a passion for pursuing new and personality-ladened ones to add to my collection, or just to admire. Hence, my wonderful husband tolerates this adventure because he knows I will eventually make his favorite autumn dessert: No-bake pumpkin pie. But it makes … Continue reading Scarecrows In A Cucumber Field
Morning has broken like the first morningBlackbird has spoken like the first birdPraise for the singing, praise for the morningPraise for them springing fresh from the worldSweet the rains new fall, sunlit from HeavenLike the first dewfall on the first grassPraise for the sweetness of the wet gardenSprung in completeness where His feet passMine is … Continue reading Morning has broken!
As I read, write, and post, as I go about my day-to-day chores and responsibilities, my eyes are relied upon heavily! But now with an additional intrusion of a stenciled floater across my left eye, I’m once again driven to see an ophthalmologist, this time in North Carolina 👍🏼 Honestly, it’s nerve racking to always … Continue reading Eyes
Not a good way to start the day off; I put the Southwest worker in a bad mood! He asked me to move aside twice. My boarding pass would not load, and then I brought up my hubby’s instead of mine. 🤦🏼♀️ As I smiled through his impatience, I wondered why ALL airports could not … Continue reading Airport Protocols
We all can use support from time to time. So dig down deep to find faithful ones to walk this journey with BEFORE you need help! If you’re choosing a spouse, make sure they know how to keep a grip. If you’re choosing friends, make sure when life seems to be sliding out from under … Continue reading Support
Those of you who follow my blog know my favorite devotional is probably my Streams in the Desert 1. No matter how many times I read the stories, they still move me to tears. And one of my favorite accounts is about the great violinist, Paganini. He came out before his audience one day and … Continue reading Music is not in Externals, but the Soul
After hearing and reading much on Juicing, I wanted to do something different for my fifth “no dairy, no sugar” fast. My sweet, generous hubby let me investigate, and along with the help of my eldest daughter, I found the ideal juicer. I need to divulge; I’ve become a little obsessed. I love juicing, not … Continue reading Masterpiece
In my little hometown of Reeves, growing up with basketball as the favored sport was inevitable. And getting to play basketball was an honor. Anyone who has played a sport knows the conditioning it takes to get into shape to play in the game. Without a doubt, some of the greatest words you could ever … Continue reading Last Lap!
So much can be learned from God’s creation, and especially the animal world. For instance, there are two times a deer develops an insatiable thirst for water—when fleeing from danger and when withstanding an opponent in combat. Similarly, we are to develop a spiritual thirst for God’s Word by fleeing from youthful lust and resisting … Continue reading Two Things
In the time of the Tower of Babel, people demonstrated their proneness to wander because pride and rebellion ruled the throne of their hearts. Satan’s plan of deception in the Garden of Eden was successful and will continue to be until the Trumpet sounds (1 Thess. 4). That is why even today many still worship … Continue reading C2C, Part 12: Abraham & Isaac