So, I’m trying to think what to put on social media for my upcoming anniversary. I’m not good with those posts. Everyone else writes such glowing tributes to their spouse and I love to read them, but I always feel like my words fall short.
Sometimes, I read those posts, compare myself, and wonder what is wrong keep reading here
This has been an exceptional month for me! I’ve had the privilege of spending all, or part, of nineteen days with one or more of my grandchildren. There’s only one word to describe how I feel: blessed. Yes. Blessed.
Seriously, this continue reading here
On Friday and Saturday I was privileged to attend the wedding ceremonies of two couples where both the bride and groom each love the Lord more than the they love the person to whom they vowed to spend the rest of their lives as husband and wife.
Truth be told, I continue here
So much is lost when a family member or loved one passes away. Voices. Love. Comfort. Familiarity. Routine. Wisdom . Stories. And, yes, even recipes.
My friend Becky is very much aware of this; her precious mother is in that stage of hospice care where pain medications gradually increase and her mother’s presence gradually decreases. The reality of what is soon to be lost looms large on the horizon.
In the face of this coming loss, Becky started a Face Book page where she is uploading favorite family recipes. When Becky visits with her continue reading here
In every interaction, in every conversation, in every social media post or like, someone is training someone.
Who is training you? What are they training you to do or think? How are they training you to behave? And in what ways are you training other people?
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I dare not say a word, because I know if I try to speak, I will cry. The lump in my throat chokes me and it is a battle to hold back tears. All I can think of are the precious hearts I’m leaving behind.
I take each sweet little face keep reading here
“Remember, no man is a failure who has friends.” — Clarence the Angel from, It’s a Wonderful Life
Yesterday as I wrapped up a fantastic (and too rare) keep reading here