Cancer is a word that seems to strike fear in all of us. There’s probably not one of us who haven’t been affected by cancer in one way or the other. It seems that even with all the advances in cancer treatments and preventions, more and more people are hearing those dreaded words “you have … More I Hate Cancer!
Riding home from the beach with my dad this past Monday morning, I was struck by the barrenness of winter. Everything looks so sad and lonely. It’s like a veil of dinginess covers the earth. Yet we know that spring is getting ready to burst forth with the new life it always brings. I love spring!! … More The Promise of New Life
LOVE! What a wonderful thing. It makes us all giddy and giggly and warm. Love gives us a sense of wellness and rightness and wholeness, and we are reminded of that special someone when the word is mentioned. But love is so much more than feelings and physical attractions, as the world would have you believe. Love … More Love Is A Many Splendored Thing
Every time I turn on my faucet, clean water runs out of it. I take it for granted just as I’m sure you do. I don’t even think about how much water I am using on a daily basis. It’s just expected to be there. Did you know that many people have no clean water … More What Can One Person Do?
Today I attended a very informative grief workshop presented by our community hospital. Dr. Kirk Neely, a Baptist minister from South Carolina, was the speaker. This was an educational function rather than a small group setting. Honestly, that works best for me. Dr. Neely’s presentation was based on his personal grief experiences as well as 40 … More Grief – For Each Of Us It’s Different
This past Sunday afternoon I found myself alone and quite upset. It sorta came out of nowhere. I had been to church and ate lunch at Wendy’s with my sister, then stopped for a few things at the grocery store. Not having any specific plans, I ended up outside doing a little bit of yard … More The Faithfulness of God