Lately, it seems as though I hear about another person having cancer every other day, and age, gender, and lifestyle are inconsequential. For us, it has hit very close to home on several fronts, and, to be quite honest, it’s very unnerving. Will I be next? Can I do anything to prevent it from happening … More The Indiscriminate Killer
Each day we play a duet with our good Teacher—it’s His grace and power that carry the melody of our spiritual lives. … More A Divine Duet
I love the lessons my dear Lord keeps teaching me through these little trials! Here are just a few. … More Battle Scars
This year I prayed—I prayed that God would not send a hurricane the week we had planned for the beach (like last year), and He answered that prayer! Praise His name! He sent it last week but this week has been absolutely perfect weather here at Virginia Beach! Once again, I’m sitting on our balcony … More Someday…Never!
What a life! The Nuthatch comes to my feeder, selects his lunch (or in this case, breakfast) and swoops to the trunk of a nearby tree. He then faces downward and starts cracking the nut, pinning against the tree. Over and over again, he comes and repeats the exact same habit, except perhaps to eat … More Upside-down Lunch
Tom is my rock. He’s always there for me. I don’t realize how much I depend on him until he is compromised. The first time that happened was in 2014 when he fell 16 feet and broke his hip and crushed his heel. Today, it’s laser surgery for a detached retina. Actually, the surgery took … More When Your Rock Crumbles
Summer is definitely over and we are well into the fall season. With temperatures at 29 this morning, frost is definitely on the pumpkin! I’m always glad to announce that the canning season is officially over! On Monday, my husband tilled the garden, pulled out the frost-wilted flowers and mowed were it was needed. Now, … More New and Tidy
This has been the perfect growing year—good amount of rain and hot days. As you can see, I pack A LOT in my little garden. It’s enough to give us fresh cucumbers, beans, tomatoes, lettuce and snap peas for our dinner. I’ll purchase tomatoes to make into sauce, tomato soup (new “original” recipe last year … More LOVE My Garden!
I decided to start zinnias from seed this year. Yesterday, I transplanted them. I was amazed at the length of their little roots! They had sent them down as far as their shallow soil would allow them to go and then made a sharp right and started crawling along the bottom of the tray! So, … More My Poor Little Zinnias!
As I sit here watching two male Rose Breasted Grosbeaks having breakfast at my feeder, I see a wonderful lesson for believers, actually several! 🙂 It’s a droopy rainy day, and they’re both hunkered down under the little overhang on the feeder. We come to God’s Word to be nourished and find shelter there from … More For the Birds (and me too!)