Fall brings the pleasure of walking through crunchy leaves, pumpkins, apple juice, and sweatshirts. The women in my family have a tradition that involves cleaning closets, cupboards, and drawers. In years past, we washed walls, windows, and light fixtures. As I've grown older, I find myself doing ... Read More about Fall Cleaning
When I talk, I take them. . .you know those little trips off the track and back. I know they are called Rabbit Trails, and I wanted to call them RTs but in today's social media language RTs are Re-Tweets so that's not going to work. (Did you see how easy it was to take that one?) So, I ... Read More about Bunny Trails
Every year about this time, I remember my favorite family vacation. It was 1969. Mom and Dad rented a Shasta, camper and we headed for wild-sounding places: the Black Hills, the Badlands, the Corn Palace, Wall Drug, and Mt. Rushmore. I could hardly wait to walk in places the Sioux lived and where ... Read More about A Summer Vacation in the 60s . . .
Every now and then, I experience a perfect (as I understand it) moment with God. When this happens, a part of me is never the same. I love that about Him, don't you? A couple of weeks ago, two friends and I started our way through the Breaking Free Bible study by Beth Moore. This is ... Read More about Freedom
It's a hot one here today. The online weather station says it's 98 with a "real feel" of 105. When I was a kid, the 4th of July was always hot, sticky, and fun. We'd play all day as hard as we could (this sometimes involved decorating our bikes and riding in the parade with playing ... Read More about Happy 4th of July!