It seems hard to wrap my head around this life. And then I remember, “Oh yes, life makes no sense without God.” King Solomon taught us that in the book of Ecclesiastes. It’s the mystery of the ages. Poets and songwriters have labored hard on this topic. I wake up, I wash my face, … Continue reading Is it possible?
So to speak . . . After 12 months of studying minimalism I have come to a conclusion. It’s not about all the stuff crammed in my basement in boxes that I haven’t looked through in 10 years. It’s not about getting rid of stuff and living in a 500 square foot apartment. It’s not … Continue reading On the road again . . .
Here I am, sitting at my blog post and trying to decide how to write about what is affecting my life so deeply right now! I am moved to awe. Last year was a rough year for me, a shadowy place, if you will, and yet, here I am, through no goodness of my own, … Continue reading Ready to Dig Deep
My mother called me from her hospital room tonight. She sounds happy and peaceful, and I was thrilled to hear her voice. You see, I am 2,700 miles away from her, across this vast land, and cannot call her! The reason I can’t call her, is that the only time she turns her cellphone … Continue reading Mother
Looking at Psalm 1 this morning, I noticed something I had never seen before. Verse three says this, “He will be like a tree, firmly planted by streams of water, which yields its fruit in its season. And its leaf does not wither . . . ” (NASB) Clearly it’s talking about the person whose … Continue reading What! No Fruit?
I should be doing a great many things, right now. Tomorrow is December 1rst, after all, and Christmas is coming. I’m participating in a Christmas Parade on Friday, and my music recital for my students is on Saturday. Yes, there are a great many things I could be doing now. But stop a moment. … Continue reading Where’s Wally?
It’s just starting to get cool again, here in Georgia. I’ve been able to turn off the air conditioning, and put socks on my feet. After a busy summer, I’m trying to settle into “my new normal”. Dad, Frank Jr and Tara all went to Heaven in a space of 3 weeks. I’m learning … Continue reading October Observations
Suffering. Inner anguish that no one can see. Pain that goes beyond what words can express. Longing to make some sense out of the dreams that never came true. Yes, June has been hard. Maybe these few weeks have felt so strange because I thought I was supposed to be in England with Anne. … Continue reading Seeing His glory
It really has been a great Christmas. While watching movies, and reading stories which portray those who suffer hardship financially during this time of year, or have serious relationship issues or life direction crises (which are all common themes at Christmas) I got to thinking about what it is that MOST of us deal with … Continue reading Christmas
Living well . . . . must we wait until we are elderly, to learn how?? Continue reading Live well . . .