It's Not a Cinderella Story…

I read a story in the newspaper this morning that has stuck in mind. The story was about a young family with five children. The family was hit by the recession, job losses, and foreclosure. Suddenly homeless. Literally out on … Continue reading

Two Little Squirrels

Yesterday I watched two little squirrels playing like kittens beneath the sweetgum tree in our front yard. Hubby asked me if they were playing or if they might be…well, a male and female… But, they were playing. Really. So cute. … Continue reading

Times were Hard Then. Times are Hard Now.

I long for the “good old days” my parents and grandparents used to talk about. They remembered the Great Depression, food rationing, World Wars, hunger, early deaths, terrible crippling diseases, canning and preserving food to feed the family through the … Continue reading

Hairbrush Experience of Beth Moore at the Airport

For those of you who do not know Beth Moore, she is an outstanding Bible teacher, writer of Bible studies, and is a married mother of two daughters. This is one of her experiences: April 20, 2005, at the Airport … Continue reading

So Many More Than Ten!!

Ten things I’m thankful for this morning: A loving husband. Beautiful family. Wonderful friends. A roof over my head. Food for the table. Two legs I can walk on. Two arms to hug others. Two hands to close in prayer. … Continue reading