I believe the Bible is God's love story to and for us. But I also believe the Bible and its many verses are for our comfort. Lately, as I see the signs of myself growing older, it is even more comforting. One verse in particular I found has become one of my favorites. Isaiah 46:4 says: … [Read more...] about The Comfort of Gray Hair
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I almost feel sorry for those who do not have siblings. Both my adult girls live near each other, and I am very thankful. Here's one reason... Friday, my youngest was attacked by a dog. Now, when your child, no matter the age, gets hurt, all you want to do is run to her or him! My … [Read more...] about Sisters
Last September when I left school for a new job, it was difficult in many ways. Most people were supportive and some others were verbally and emotionally not. I don't remember anyone saying anything that made it better. But maybe that's because we tend to focus on the bad more than the … [Read more...] about The Right Words
Yesterday morning our electricity flashed several times then finally was off all morning. Turned out to be a tree fell on power lines down the street, but there's nothing like taking a shower in the dark and trying to put on makeup by flashlight. As I was getting ready for work by the small … [Read more...] about Beauty
There are words some people do not like to say or hear simply because they sound weird or remind them of something bad. Words like 'juicy' and 'moist' come to mind. For me that word is 'stomach.' I don't like the way it sounds or that it makes me think of my own. For those that do not know, … [Read more...] about Don’t Say It!
Recently, I was speaking with someone on the phone. Our conversation led us to talking about our dads and their dementia. He said even though his dad was in an assisted living facility with dementia, he still knew when Sunday was coming. Saturday night, his dad would get dressed in his best … [Read more...] about Wait for the Bus