The holidays can be hard on those dealing with grief. We all get that Christmas is that special time to gather with our families and friends. When someone is missing, the gap is huge and it brings about a sadness that can’t really be explained. This sadness may be underlying, but it still seems to … More Who Are You Inviting To Christmas?
“They”, whoever they are, tell us that our country is extremely divided and that we don’t get along. Most of what is seen on the news supports that idea. Now I’m not discounting that it is true we are divided, as our recent elections reveal that to be true, but when we shut off the … More Don’t Let “THEM” Guide Your Life
Living in Eastern North Carolina, I have seen my share of hurricanes. They are never fun! Three times since 1999, our little town has been inundated with flood waters in what they call Major Flood Stage. This time, Florence was pretty kind to us in our area wind-wise, but she stirred up so much storm … More A Gal Named Florence
I don’t know about you, but my life hasn’t gone anywhere near to what I had imagined it would. That’s not a complaint; just a fact. In my earlier years, I never imagined I would be widowed at 56, and definitely not my dad and I becoming widowed only 5 months apart. I never imagined … More The Weaving Of A Beautiful Pattern
It has already been 15 days since Daddy took his final breath here on this earth. That seems impossible to me. The first few days were, of course, filled with all the things one has to do in such times. Then there were a few days of mostly much needed silence. One of the hardest … More Another Face Of Grief
Daddy is now with Jesus for eternity. We grieve, but not without hope. Lots of love, Sharon and Debbie
Daddy still clings to life, even though we believe he has one foot in eternity. But for some reason only God the Father knows, he is just not stepping on over with the other foot. It is all in God’s hands and we simply wait for Him to make that final call. As we … More The Promise Of New Life