faith, Pandemic Wisdom

Practicing Patience

Our youngest son was a just tiny boy when he asked me why they call it fast food if you have to wait so long in line for it. I found myself unable to explain to him how long planning and preparing real food actually takes. I also remember taking our children to brunch at… Continue reading Practicing Patience

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School Goals

I am the little girl climbing the pole. I was in kindergarten. I remember that pole being a whole lot taller. Also, this was the peak of my athletic career. Who knew I would bloom athletically so early? I look at that little girl and see her face filled with fear, pride and determination all… Continue reading School Goals

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A Voice, Crying Out

People ask me sometimes how I write. Where do your ideas come from? Is it hard? Does it take a long time? Every day, when I journal, read scripture and devotional materials, ideas usually flow freely. I jot in the back of my journal different blog ideas. Ideas also come to me when I walk… Continue reading A Voice, Crying Out

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Whispers

I never knew why older people cried at weddings. It seemed obvious to me that it was  a happy time. I didn't get it. I met Julie when I was an 18-year-old freshman at Texas A&M. We decided to be roommates the next year and have been close friends since then. I'll never forget the… Continue reading Whispers