Many times we wish we could see into the future. Or at least we think we’d like to! But what if we really could? It sounds good in theory, but when you get right down to it, it seems quite scary to me. I said to my Bible study class just this morning that I’d … More What Would You Do If You Knew You Only Had A Week To Live?
This was orignally posted in December 2016, but I thought it was worth reading again. Remember, this is from 2 years ago, so it wasn’t this past Sunday’s sermon (Dec 2018) that I refer to. With all the hustle and bustle, the lights, the gifts, the busyness of the season, it is so easy to … More Missing Christmas?
Yes, it has been quite a while since I’ve written a post. Why? Multiple reasons, I guess. Since becoming a widow, I have used this blog to express my emotions, whether good or bad. This blog has been therapy for me more than a few times! My lack of writing most certainly doesn’t mean I … More Breaking My Months Of Silence
My mama always said that the older she got the more she had to say goodbye to her family and friends. I am finding out just how right she was. Still reeling from the unexpected death of my sister-in-law, yet another family member has died, this time from the ravishes of that hateful disease called … More Until We Meet Again
If there’s one thing I’ve learned over my 62 years of life, it’s that things are always changing. That seems so interesting since most of us have trouble embracing change. I know I don’t like change. It throws me for a loop every time. You’d think I would have adjusted by now, but I haven’t. … More Facing More Changes
FIVE YEARS! Today is a benchmark in time. Five years ago today, Les left this earth to begin eternity with Jesus and I began my role as a widow. What is it about the 5 year mark? I know when Mama had breast cancer, passing 5 years and remaining cancer free was considered very significant. … More Lessons Of A Still Struggling Widow
“The heart is more deceitful than all else and is desperately sick; Who can understand it?” (Jeremiah 17:9) About two months ago, my best friend moved to Raleigh. In cleaning out her old house she came across a silver coffee service set that had belonged to her mother. It had set on the closet shelf … More It’s A Heart Condition