My last post was when Russia invaded Ukraine. I have not been able to find words since then to post again. I don't write just to write. I wait patiently (I think) on God to guide me in what I share. Every time I thought I might write in the last weeks, I just couldn't.… Continue reading Receive Joy
She called with the most devastating news. Her 15-year-old great nephew, David, had taken his own life. My stomach dropped. I sat down to be able to hear what she was telling me. Rhonda and I are breast cancer friends. Despite living in the same community, we'd never met until we were both diagnosed with… Continue reading A Mom’s Broken Heart
When I was just six years old, my grandfather, my beloved Paw Paw, took his life and so my journey with grief began. I didn't know how to grieve and as you can imagine, my family was upside down. I held it in and made sure I was well-behaved and responsible. Meanwhile, I looked for my Paw Paw everywhere,… Continue reading The Grace of Holy Tears
I'm not even a hard-core Dallas Cowboy's fan. I love watching them. I always have. I'm just not an over-the-top, paint my face blue, wear a Staubach jersey kind of fan. But even I had a major problem with what happened yesterday. We Cowboy's fans were robbed of a first down, maybe even a touchdown, on… Continue reading Seriously?