Daily Dare: 40 Days to a Radical Life

  Welcome to Day 12! Forgiveness is something God freely gives to us and it is often something we freely give to others too… but the hardest kind of forgiveness is the kind we give to ourselves. When we fall short of God’s glory, when we fail our children or our spouse, when we doubt God’s goodness […]

Daily Dare: 40 Days to a Radical Life

  Welcome to Day 11!  (Pssst… I have finally joined the 21st century and started tweeting. I assure you there are 102 year old great grandmothers who know how to work Twitter more efficiently but I would love to catch up with you all there and find out about the good things God is doing […]

Daily Dare: 40 Days to a Radical Life

  Welcome to Day 6! I hope you all had a wonderful Mother’s Day! How did your complaint jar look? Mine, well, it could use some work. So today I will be repeating today’s dare with you guys – unless you did far better than me. In which case I salute you!  The book of […]

Way Up High

The Bible talks so much about the birds of the air. I never really understood the significance of that until I was diagnosed with MS a few years back. When you are on that wobbly ledge you can’t get off of, you learn there’s only one way down. And that’s when your flying wings come […]

BLESSED

Sometimes I can’t help but notice…. God has been exceptionally good to me. I wanted to share this little photo of our Benji with you all. He’s almost swallowed whole by my hat and covered in a hot mess of pudding. If you look closely you will see my walls were also fed said pudding. […]

Think on Such Things… Ten Simple Praiseworthy Things in Pictures

My Granny and Pa before they sprouted wings… The best example of loving others that I’ve ever known in my life.    Moonbeam… our quirky lap cat in the purest form. She loves the sound of the keyboard… is scared to death of yarn.   Comfort… Pinky (center) and Clyde (right)… Emily still can’t go […]

Life Where the Sidewalk Ends

“For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them.” Ephesians 2:10   Shel Silverman said there was a wonderful, magical place that could only begin when the sidewalk ended. It was a part of the world untainted with neither concrete nor conformity. […]