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Monthly Archives: June 2019

If you enjoy lounging at the beach with a good book, then you may also like reading blogs.  One of the best features of reading a blog is connecting with the writer as well as other readers. If their writing sparks a memory, feeling, or resolution to something you have been contemplating; then you can comment at the bottom of the article.  If you don’t have time to dilly dally, you can… Read More

2017 was a hard year for me. So difficult that I turned off the foggy blather of the news, avoided the Hallmark channel like the plague, and even turned off my favorite radio station Z88.3.  Why?  Because they all contained “triggers” that sent my mind swirling into areas that I had decided for my own good I wasn’t going to dwell on anymore. That is easier said than done, but music helped… Read More

On Father’s Day, I skipped church to go fishing with my husband.  While feeling incredibly guilty about not attending the local worship service, the musical chirps of the birds reminded me of a much larger worship service. That all of creation worships His name. So while I worshiped the Lord quietly in solitude. The lapping of the waves,  swaying of the reeds, and the shrieking of the circling hawk reminded me how… Read More

In her bible study, Entrusted, Beth wrote, “You have no idea what I’ve done! Jesus might wish to counter with this; Actually, you have no idea what I’ve done.” All these thoughts and feelings of long ago rushed into my mind yesterday as I read through Beth Moore’s study of 2 Timothy. Why would God bless me after all the horrible things I’ve done? Why would Jesus choose to take the punishment… Read More

Most likely sometime this year you or someone you love may encounter sickness.  No matter how healthy you eat or the amount of time you spend exercising, at some point your body will fight off the common cold or worse, the dreaded flu.  Everyone hates having to slow down our schedule while our body fights off the annoying germs. Even when we face a temporary illness, a week to 10 days of… Read More