I was privileged to go to Washington D.C. twice with each of my daughters on their 8th grade trips. During one of those, we were able to tour the White House. I was amazed at the security. I suppose I shouldn't have been, after all it is where the President lives. As we got to the first of … [Read more...] about Names
As a young driver, sometime my friends and I would drive rather carelessly, as teenagers tend to do. It's a wonder we're all alive. We called it weavin' and bobbin' as we tried to get around slower cars. One of the roads I take to work is getting ready to be paved. It has been a long slow … [Read more...] about Weavin’ and Bobbin’
When I was a kid, my mom accidentally ran over my foot with the car. On two separate occasions! As the driver, my mom had listened for all the car doors to shut, but she didn't know I was still getting in the car. I remember it felt as if someone had stepped on my foot, not really painful … [Read more...] about Under My Feet
Some people in the church today complain about the song service at their congregation. Some like the older songs, while others prefer newer ones. Hopefully, most of the song leaders at congregations do a good job of intertwining the old hymns with the newer ones as we sing praises to our God and … [Read more...] about Promised Land
Growing up as kids, any time we got hurt, we would run to our moms or dads because we knew they'd offer the comfort and help we needed. We also knew they would hold on to us. Now as adults when I have issues, I want to talk to with others, and rightly so. But so often those others try to tell … [Read more...] about Hold Me
Today, I was blessed to go to a vintage marketplace with my two sisters. We had a blast looking for unique things in each booth, laughing and just spending time together. We came across one booth filled with blocks of wood with different words or Bible verses. Sometimes there were just words … [Read more...] about Drop It!