My election ballot arrived in the mail yesterday. I’m so glad I didn’t open it. There’s a lot to do before I cast my vote.
For years, people thought good parenting was negotiating to get the kids onboard prior to moving forward with consequences or rules enforcement.
Saturday, my Husband and I attended a wedding. My friend Kelsey is a one-of-a-kind woman in her late 30s. She’s beautiful and scattered, talented and messy. Sometimes she makes me laugh and cry, both in the same sentence.
A friend of mine was doing some contractor work using an excavator when I called him recently. He had some keys I needed, so he told me how to find him. He said to drive past this one intersection and look for a large field on the east side of the road. I did, but he wasn’t in any field I co…
My husband is creating a pantry on the near end of our garage. I enthusiastically support this endeavor. Our kitchen is small, and there’s never been enough room for non-perishables and my odd assortment of kitchen gadgets. While he builds, I am sorting food that has exceeded its shelf life.
She was never one of the ones picked on in school. She was strong and outspoken. In her youth she set goals and worked to achieve them. Friends were abundant, and many aspired to be like her. She motivated others by her successes. She saved up to buy her first car, creatively figured out how…
Now that we must stand 6 feet away from our fellow shoppers, conversations in the grocery store checkout line are nearly impossible. Forced to read magazine covers, I found a treasure. Time Magazine’s Special Edition: “The Power of Kindness - Creating a Better Life and a Better World.”
Do you ever feel you’ve messed up beyond hope? Have you ever felt you’ve failed God so badly that you cannot be forgiven? Do you know what it’s like to feel doomed for eternity?
We have had violent crimes in our area, and each time it’s cringe-worthy, but thank God we’ve not been contaminated by the violent protests across the country in bigger cities — even some around us.