Where were you? Americans have been asking themselves and one another that question for seventeen years. Answers range from school to work, from vacation to home. Many can only say they remember hearing about it, as they were not even born, yet or were just babies. I was here in my kitchen. I had just… Continue reading Where Were You?
I had to have blood work done this morning to check my A1C and sugar. I knew it would be high, because I had a bowl of Cornflakes with sugar for breakfast. I needed to go to our local Walmart to grab a few groceries. Knowing I wanted to start eating healthier, I nabbed some… Continue reading A Day in the Life
Yesterday was the first Sunday of Advent. At church they lit the hope candle and talked about hope. I’ve mentioned hope before and even wrote a blog post about it, but it keeps popping up in my thoughts. Ask any child this time of year what they are hoping for, and you’ll get answers like… Continue reading Hope and Advent
Yesterday, I was pondering on how things change. So, I wrote a little something that I thought I would share here. SUNDAYS Morning: These days it’s “Get up or we’ll be late,” “Did you put on deodorant and comb your hair?” “No, you can’t wear that tank top unless you plan to cover it up.”… Continue reading Sundays
I’m rather short. About five feet short, which means that I have to stay near the shallow end of the pool. Did I mention, I can’t swim? So, yeah, that shallow end and I are good friends. A couple of summers ago
It’s Christmas Eve, a quiet Sunday morning here in my little town in West Virginia. I’m enjoying
Choices. We all have them, we all make them. In fact, the desire for the right to choose religion