So much of our transitory life is lived in limbo, isn’t it?! Like when you are waiting nine months for a baby to be born and not to mention twenty-seven hours of labor to meet that new baby, like my youngest daughter just pulled off; and quite amazingly I might add! And almost as bad, … Continue reading His Desire for Me
Happy New Year to each of you faithful readers on the Scarlett Road! Twenty-twenty-two’s arrival was a bit bumpy for several reasons; I will be sharing more about each of the reasons in the coming days. But for now, (?!) a grandbaby due this month is taking large quantities of time and energy since big … Continue reading Spontaneous Praise
Circumstances turn out for the greater good? “I have told you all this so that you may have peace in me. Here on earth you will have many trials and sorrows. But take heart, because I have overcome the world” (John 16:33, NLT). From the recent trials of Rodney’s accident to the struggle to regain … Continue reading Fixing My Thoughts!
Have you seen a Hallmark movie where the leading character needs to gain a bit of perspective, so a messenger is sent to help him find his way, and with a blow to his head he finds himself in a new life? But time is running out; will he learn the lesson before it’s too … Continue reading “AN APPARENT SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION IN PERCEIVED SOUND” in ~ real time ~ for the New Year!
How do “YOU” walk into a New Year, with thoughts of “I Can’t Do It” or “Ready, Set, Go Shine”? I believe we need to be equipped with a well charged battery pack. The first battery being the “One Day at a Time” amount, and the second, “Casting our Cares on Him” dimension. But we … Continue reading I Can’t Do It (Part 3)
Whatever we feel we can’t do this year: a marriage, an illness, organizing the home, financial struggles, prodigal children, a job change, a move, a death, life without someone, finding joy in the journey; on and on the list can go, whatever it is that weighs our hearts down, God is all-powerful. He can lift … Continue reading I Can’t Do It (Part 2)
After Christmas, my brother came all the way from Louisiana to build me a fence and these thoughts ran through our minds. In freezing temperatures, with an assembly line of hot water being hauled, the 55 posts were cemented into the ground providing a guide to the magnitude of the project . We only had … Continue reading It Can’t Be Done