It’s Not a Carrot!

Good morning, world! Wow! I can’t believe those words are flowing out of my brain. It’s not a phrase that hits the page at “five-ish” in the morning from a person like me. I’m a night person. For me to function well at the start of the day requires seven to eight hours of sleep.… Continue reading It’s Not a Carrot!

Family Time!

Easter 1995

“Pizza is here.” That’s what my husband said. He just got home from having his car washed, and now he’s going to watch Michigan play Wisconsin. It’s a battle to the death! (Not really). Sometimes, with our busy schedules, it takes real effort for this family to do things together. Even when we’re at home,… Continue reading Family Time!

What Is This Coronavirus All About?

I hear coughing and sneezing from down the hall. Sitting up, I listen until it finally stops. Then I hunker down in my chair as if trying to make myself inconspicuous will keep me from the germs that are floating around and landing on doorknobs and desks and computers and keyboards. Work is a scary… Continue reading What Is This Coronavirus All About?

It’s The Most Wonderful Time of The Year!

Everywhere you turn you see Christmas cheer. Decorations are going up, multi-colored lights and inflatables appear in every other yard, and dollars are flying out of wallets and purses quicker than you can sing “Glory to the Newborn King.” You hear Christmas music playing through your…radios. (Don’t roll your eyes! I don’t know what kind… Continue reading It’s The Most Wonderful Time of The Year!

A Colonoscopy Vacation

A Colonoscopy Vacation? You may wonder why you see the words “colonoscopy” and “vacation” in the same sentence. They seem incongruous, don’t they? Well, recently, I was sent on this little vacation, and I have to tell you it’s not something I want to repeat. After it was over, my doctor said, “You don’t have… Continue reading A Colonoscopy Vacation

Weariness

Lisa rose to her feet, exhaustion evident as she leaned over and began to brush her fingers across the beautiful tablecloth to smooth out the wrinkles. What was she thinking, waiting so late to prepare for another event that had so much meaning for the young couple who were expecting their first child? Sighing, she… Continue reading Weariness

Christmas Commute

“I don’t like this.” Stirring from my reverie, I looked over at my daughter, who was driving me to work so she could use my car. “What?” I asked. “This song, I don’t like this song.” I focused on the music that was playing. It was November 30th, but I like Christmas music, so I… Continue reading Christmas Commute

Still Learning How to Fall

Still Learning How to Fall October 25, 2018. My devotional was appropriate for me that morning. A dear friend gave me the Daily Guideposts, 2018 devotional book for my birthday last year. It seemed like this story was written specifically for me. My paraphrased version of the story is below: A woman, who had suffered a… Continue reading Still Learning How to Fall

Wake Up and Smell the Distraction

Have you ever had a day when you wanted to do something and you just couldn’t bring yourself to do it? Distractions to the left and food to the right. It all adds up to a situation where you really can’t function at all. I love naps, don’t you? I can’t possibly be the first… Continue reading Wake Up and Smell the Distraction

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