I am linking up with Kate for her pre-holiday letters to grief link-up. Dear Grief,You have found me despite my hopes to escape you. You have become a travelling companion through this journey of life, but never a friend. You are the proverbial glass of spilled milk, happening when most inconvenient, spilling all over me… Read More An Open Letter to Grief
First, thank you to all who are praying. I cannot believe the outpouring of love that my middle of the night heart cry has received. God bless you all. I wrote this after my father died. God has always made His presence known during the hardest times. Yesterday, as I was getting back into my… Read More Pennies from Heaven
This is a short post but a little epiphany that came to me the other day and I wanted to share. At a recent homeschooling conference, I had to bail a friend out because the vendor selling the books she needed would not take cash. That’s right, they would take checks, credit, debit, anything but… Read More In God We Trust, that’s Why We Pay Cash
In Biblical history and Jewish tradition, the name of God is so sacred, so revered, that it is never uttered. Even Moses, who is the one mere mortal that comes closest to seeing God face to face and lives to tell about it, is only given a descriptive title when he asks for God’s name. … Read More The Name of the Living God
We are right, smack in the middle of swim season, which should be more aptly named sand season. As I have mentioned before, we are blessed to live on a beautiful lake with a lovely beach. My children take swim lessons five to six days a week, but more important than the lessons is the… Read More Sand, Sand, Sand…and what it has taught me about God!