Here in north Louisiana some of us have a saying. "If you get bored with the weather, just stick around; it'll change pretty quick and often." We're in February, when some places north of us are still dealing with frigid temperatures, snow, and ice with no hope of spring arriving for awhile yet. Here, we … Continue reading From Barren to Beauty
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!
My daughter and I had a wonderful relaxing time this afternoon. We attended the 19th annual Jonquil Jubilee in Gibsland, Louisiana. The quaint downtown area was blocked off for vendors and the information tent. With a dollar, we entered the raffle for a chance to win “1000 Daffodils and Labor to Plant.” All proceeds go … Continue reading Jonquil Jubilee, A Local Festival
I took you some flowers today; Only you weren’t there. I knew you wouldn’t be, But I took them in your memory. It’s been twenty-five years Since you were welcomed in Heaven. I can still see your beautiful face And feel your warmth in my arms – Not in the way I had anticipated, But … Continue reading Flowers Today
My family had been through several tough seasons in our lives in the couple of years before Roy and I got married. My maternal grandmother, Mamaw Holley, had a stroke, and although she got some use back she needed help for a lot of things. Our home burned to the ground destroying everything in it. … Continue reading His Name is Roy – part 2- Our Wedding
I just want to apologize to all of you for being absent the past couple of weeks. I've had a couple of "life surprises" come up, but that's no excuse to not write anything at all. I do have a post in the works, and a new book in the works for sure. I do … Continue reading Absent Without Reason
I have had Scoliosis, which is a curve in my spine, since I was around 10 years old. In the coming year after it was diagnosed, began the various treatments that were used at the time. There were metal and leather back braces, traction, surgery to stretch my spine and anchor a metal rod to … Continue reading Why I do things the way I do them; (Here is the post I last promised):
Something “strange” happens to me at this time of the year. I don’t know if it’s because I have organized and put away the Christmas decorations, and redecorated the front door and the mantle at least. I get this urge to do Spring cleaning, and it’s still January. This happened last year, and I decided … Continue reading (Spring) Winter Cleaning