Because I had been sick, I recently missed doing one of my favorite things. Daddy called and asked if I would be up to helping drop potatoes one Saturday morning or afternoon. Well, of course, I wanted to say, "Yes!" I'd been waiting for this since I knew it's about that time again and … Continue reading Droppin’ Taters
Today was one of those special days to me. A few weeks ago north Louisiana was flooded by rain in many places. Gardens came to a stand still along with other things of life. Some people had already planted some things. Thankfully most people had not; including Daddy. He had broken up the ground and … Continue reading “Get Your Rhythm”
Today was the greatest day in Mama's life a year ago today. Last year on January 6th, she stepped through that veil that we can't see through, but that lead to her perfect health and life eternal with her Lord and Savior. She worshiped and served Jesus here on earth, but now her worship is … Continue reading Through The Veil
That first year without a loved one is tough. Everyday is different with them not in your daily life, or at least where you could call them or go visit with them; share a laugh, a hug, all those things about when they were still here. Any birthday, anniversary, or holiday makes it even harder … Continue reading The First Thanksgiving
Every year on August 23 I remember how my life changed drastically in nineteen seventy-two; for the better. A year before I had been diagnosed with scoliosis, which is a curve in my spine. The doctors had watched it until they decided surgery was a necessary choice in my case. The metal and leather … Continue reading A Day Of Gratitude
I practically grew up in family vegetable gardens since before I can remember. Both sets of my grandparents had large "family gardens." Mama's parents planted enough of a variety of vegetables for themselves, my aunt's family, and Mama's family, as well as some truck farming. Papaw Holley planted acres of purple hull peas and hired … Continue reading Squash Bugs Everywhere!
Can you just imagine?! What it must have been like on that first Resurrection morning to see what had happened in the spirit world! Before the discovery was even made on Earth, all Hell feared and trembled, while all Heaven rejoiced because the angels and demons had witnessed, and they knew what had truly happened! … Continue reading Imagine!
As I try to get back to our “new normal” and reprogram to fit my life now, I have a new perspective on my writing. My mama passed away in January of this year after a long battle with a rare auto immune disease, and the probable brain cancer, and lung cancer associated with it. … Continue reading New Beginnings