faith, Pandemic Wisdom

Bugs and Plows

We like old things. I'm not sure when it started but my husband and I share a love for vintage things. Our favorite old things are from family members and remind us of them. I have the tiny vase from his grandmother's house that holds one flower. I have a plaster piece of artwork of… Continue reading Bugs and Plows

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When Wobbly…

One of the devotionals from Jesus Calling by Sarah Young this week says, You are feeling wobbly..... Wobbly means, of course, off center, unsteady, weak, tired, filled with anxiety, uncertain or wavering. I just love the word wobbly because it seems like it rolls off the tongue sounding exactly like what it is. I immediately… Continue reading When Wobbly…

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Soul Shine

Sometimes I choose a word for the year. I still remember the late fall when I was going through cancer treatment and receiving daily radiation to help heal me. On purpose, a couple of months later, when January came, I chose the word RADIANCE to focus on. I wanted to turn around my experience of… Continue reading Soul Shine

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Soul Reset

Raised in the panhandle of Texas, my husband is a master of short, to-the-point sayings. When someone has a bad attitude he often says he/she needs a "check up from the neck up." In these last months, I cannot tell you how many times I've found myself needing just such a check up. I've written… Continue reading Soul Reset

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Found!

Our little grandsons, ages two and four, are just learning how to play hide and seek. Honestly, they are pretty bad at it. The little one doesn't even try to hide. He just lays in the middle of the biggest room he can find with his eyes closed. The four year old will hide but… Continue reading Found!