I have heard people use the term “a new normal” when there has been a change in their life. Oftentimes, there’s been a loss of a loved one, an illness or injury, or some sudden alteration in the daily life that they’ve been living. In the process of grieving, rehabilitating or recovering, there is a […]Read More “A New Normal”
I wasn’t always a vegetarian. My dietary reinvention developed over many years of making choices – chicken over red meat, then fish instead of chicken or red meat, then choosing veggies first. I like vegetables! You put any vegetable on top of a bed of lettuce or a plate of pasta or in a bowl […]Read More Lenten Fridays
Have you seen the New Year’s resolution idea of picking a word, just one word, to focus on in 2018? Maybe mine should be “procrastinate” since I’m two weeks into the New Year and just writing this blog? At this time in January, many who make resolutions have already cheated on the diet plan, skipped […]Read More What’s in a Word?
The big W.H.Y. question. You hear it over and over when the kids are small. Their curious minds or their way of annoyance? Come on, y’all think this at times, too. Parents, be honest. How many times can a child ask “why?” before you get tired and say things like: “because that’s the way it […]Read More Why?!?
It’s that time of year. I try to focus on one holiday at a time, but the retail stores make it difficult when the “seasonal” aisle is mixed with the orange and black of Halloween, the browns, yellows and reds of “fall” – with a rare turkey or pilgrim for Thanksgiving (my favorite holiday, by […]Read More Let’s Get Real
Well, actually Part 1 cont’d … So, his three daughters and my three sons together for the first time happened the week of our beachfront wedding. We rented a house with plenty of rooms, planned the ceremony, arranged with a caterer for the special night’s dinner, and gathered our family for the week. Has anyone […]Read More Our Story: Part 2
Where is Your Heart? I love the beach, the relaxed life it offers. It’s my go-to spot to pray, walk, talk to myself (I do that), pick up shells, appreciate God’s beautiful creations of sunrise, waves, sand, and creatures. It’s been our home for the past 13 years, and I have enjoyed the opportunities of […]Read More Home is Where Your Heart is . . .