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When You Don’t Recognize Jesus

For several years now, I’ve done the whole “read the Bible in a year” thing. I thought it was good to do… keep myself grounded in His word and truth on a daily basis. And it’s a lot easier to do it on my iPad each […]

Monday Mondays 2.22.16

Have you ever heard of Dale Chihuly? He’s an artist that makes the most fabulous glass pieces.  You may have seen his lobby ceiling in the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas, or seen his botanical gardens in Atlanta, NYC, Dallas, Nashville or St. Louis.  I […]

How you see something might be as important as seeing it…

Once upon a time, my parents lived in a high rise in downtown Miami. The 37th floor actually. Whenever I visited and it rained, there was nothing I liked better than to stand on the balcony and watch the sheets of water move in waves […]

Monday Mondays – Well Into 2016

  My goodness!  It has been a long, long time since I’ve managed a post.  Since my last post, my 2 day a week job has turned in to a little bit more, and it’s been all I can do just to keep my laundry […]

Monday Mondays 11.16.15

I am the LORD, your God, who takes hold of your right hand and says to you, Do not fear; I will help you. Isaiah 41:13 There’s not much that can be said about the attacks in Paris that hasn’t already been said.  Still, while […]

Monday Mondays 11.9.15

It’s been a while… it seems like I’ve had more days where the only time I’ve been on the computer is to pay bills (UGH!), check to see if either of my sons are online (rarely), find directions (my phone GPS isn’t always accurate) or […]

Two Horses, a Donkey and Finding the way Home

“There are horses in the field!  What should we do?” came the text from my new not-from-the-country neighbor at 6:50 in the morning. Obviously, she was more than just a little freaked out. So… good neighbor that I am, I texted her back a little […]

Sometimes you just NEED a spoonful of Peanut Butter

When I was in college, my dad gave me a check at the beginning of each semester, and it was my job to use it wisely. The check was meant to pay for my tuition, books, housing/rent, food and car. Well, after I got a […]

Monday Mondays 10.5.15

Raise your hand if you’ve you ever felt inundated, confused and distracted.  If you could see me right now, you’d probably see me jumping up and down waving my hands violently like I’m stranded on a desert island and need rescue. No.  Not really.  I mean, […]

I’m Guilty

  If I sat down and listed all the things I do wrong, I probably wouldn’t finish until the day I died. I guess I’m a pretty critical, judgmental person. There.  I’ve said it.  I am;  I’m judgmental and overly critical. A lot. The thing […]