Ok – so I confess. I forgot about my blog. I forgot to write down all my experiences and thoughts because I was so busy LIVING them! So today, I remembered, and then had the horrifying thought, that I couldn’t remember WHERE on the internet that I had been keeping my diary! … Continue reading Has it really been that long?
O.k. so it wasn’t EXACTLY the first day of spring, but we celebrated the beginning of spring with a tea party. (Don’t tell anyone that it actually snowed in the morning . . . . . because no one will believe you anyway – I had to drive Frank to work up north of Cumming, … Continue reading Celebrate Spring Tea Party!!!
Living well . . . . must we wait until we are elderly, to learn how?? Continue reading Live well . . .
Oh dear – didn’t wake up til 11 – Wyatt’s going to make a sequel movie called ‘Sleeping in Atlanta’. Now I’m rushing around to do everything. There must be better way . . . . . Let me tell you about YESTERDAY!!! Now that’s a little more interesting. At about 9 p.m. … Continue reading My interesting life . . . .
I’ve always wanted to get a kitten who would grow up with my dog, so they would love each other and be happy to lay down together. My prayer has been answered. Elizabeth chose JUST the right kitten. My question is this – which is the lion and which is the lamb????? Continue reading the lion shall lay with the lamb . . . .
It’s been months since I’ve written because this summer went by in a blur . . . . . Let me recap a few of the highlights . . . . . In June, Frank & Elizabeth went on a mission trip to Haiti, to work with John & Joy Thomas. We also wrapped up … Continue reading 2009 is slipping away . . . .
I am so aware of my helplessness – my hope is in God alone. When you realize that nothing you can say or do can make another person believe what you believe, or see things as clearly as you do, or embrace truth, then you are driven to your knees. In Ecclesiastes, King Solomon described … Continue reading It’s nice to know . . . .
She sat on the edge. The edge of the mountains, which are formally called, the Rocky Mountains. With his arm around her, she consumed the beauty of the place she once called home. Now a foreigner, she watched as the birds soared in the pale light of the early morning sky. She could hear the … Continue reading A Birthday Poem from Elizabeth
I have to include this blog here, because it shows just how sweet my Anne girl is! She’s the one who is amazing!!!!! What mother wouldn’t love to have such a daughter?!!!! Continue reading A letter from Anne
Dear Mom, I’m so glad I can tell you about my day. Remember when I used to knock on your door at 11 or 12, to come and sit on your bed – and you NEVER said you were too tired to listen. What a great Mom I have . . . Today was a … Continue reading Strange, how I still feel so small . . .