The six cords of wood are now stacked in neat piles in our backyard right beside my clothesline. (I have the type of line that is looped around pulleys so you stand in one spot, hang the clothes, and pull the line for more space.) As I’m standing there, I hear the tarp atop the … More Snake on My Toe!
Rip! Tear! Snap! What was that? Oh, it was just my heart, breaking in two! What are you facing, dear reader? For me, it was saying goodbye to my son, daughter-by-choice, and three grandchildren: ages one, three, and five. It’s breaking my heart! For eight years, my son and his family have lived close … More When your heart is breaking
It was a forty-year-old Moses who left Egypt and became a shepherd at the foot of Mt. Sinai. For the next forty years, he herded sheep for Jethro, the Midianite priest who became his father-in-law. (By the way, Midian was a son of Abraham and Keturah, the woman that Abraham married after Sarah died! Amazing!) … More Blinded by Fear