When my girls were much smaller, younger than they are now, we had a neighborhood carpool in which the parents took turns driving the kids to school and picking them up at the end of the day. It worked well because we were all busy working families and the extra set of hands helped. It…Read more »
Four years ago today, my surgeon said the words, “You have a little breast cancer.” (that is kind of like being a little pregnant – you either are or you aren’t – unfortunate words on her behalf!) That little cancer turned into rounds of chemo, multiple surgeries, the discovery that I’m positive for the BRCA…Read more »
Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good! His faithful love endures forever.
Have you noticed, those who live in areas with distinctive seasons that the light is shifting? The blooming flowers have changed from reds and pinks to a rich gold and deep, royal purple. If you are like me maybe your eyes are beginning to water a bit. The maples and dogwoods have been holding a…Read more »
Part of the human experience, for me anyway, is to keep the memories of those who have gone before. Of times…of moments that were pivotal in each life as well as those which impacted our collective experience. It is why I love, LOVE to read and study history – always have! It is the collection…Read more »
Great perils have this beauty, that they bring to light the fraternity of strangers.
I found myself reminded recently of the power of awe to transform understanding and outlook. It happened while walking with my three-year old granddaughter. Her exuberance for all things buggy, wiggly and muddy made me stop and reconsider how I viewed the worm in the garden or the giant writing spider on the bean vines.…Read more »