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!
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
My favorite time is just before dawn when the sky moves from black to denim colored and I can barely see the faintest promise of sunrise. One day this week, as I walked at that time, the moon was still out as well. Full, bright yellow, with an added hazy golden ring around it; breathtaking.… Continue reading Held by Light
My husband and son told me about it or I might have missed them all together. Fireflies. We have fireflies now. We all went outside one dark evening so I could see. It took my eyes a while to adjust and see them. I kept missing them, blinking or something. My son kept saying, "Mom,… Continue reading Fireflies
I began the day arguing with all my morning readings. Jesus Calling by Sarah Young started this way, Learn to laugh at yourself more freely. Don't take your circumstances so seriously....Laughter lightens your load and lifts your heart into heavenly places. (Jesus Calling 6-17 entry). The second reading I picked up is by Rabbi Danya… Continue reading Upside Down Faith