Easter is always a special time of year for me. It's truly Indescribable. My spirit and heart is so full I can't contain it. God has so richly blessed over the years. Meditating on God's word and praying and just trying to practice His presence leading up to Easter is such a blessed thing to … Continue reading Indescribable
In the past couple of years our family has gone through several of our members having illness that required the rest of us helping or at least praying them through. My daughter had colitis twice year before last. Roy’s mom had hip replacement that went bad early last year. It took six months for her … Continue reading Memories, Blessings, and Treasures
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
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
There is a place and a People tucked in a special place in my heart. They are there as strongly as when I was there with them. It’s called Cannonball on Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota, and the Sioux American Indians there. I first met these people when we went on a mission trip … Continue reading Standing Rock, Where I Left Part of My Heart
Can you just imagine?! What it must have been like on that first Resurrection morning to see what 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! They … Continue reading Imagine!
I had planned to share another Christmas blog, but I feel that I need to share a message about something just as appropriate at this time. I read a message on my Facebook feed from someone I don’t know. She is the mother of one of the little 1st grade boys who went to Heaven … Continue reading Some Things That Helped Me Cope With Loss