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What God Lost in the Garden

I’m on a business trip with my husband this week. It’s a luxury for me to unwind and focus on my writing without the daily necessities of planning dinner, chores, etc. I’m able to just sit and write, or ramble around the town and… Continue Reading “What God Lost in the Garden”

The Cornerstone

Meet Evan. This sixth-grader is a 4’8” blond bundle of energy in horn-rimmed glasses. His hair is wavy and long enough to make us all wonder if his parents believe they have spawned this millennia’s Samson, and it is so unkempt that it is… Continue Reading “The Cornerstone”

Have You Lost Your Mind (Yet?)

This is a post from a devotion for a group in which I am a member. To set the stage, In Mark 3 Jesus had just healed a man on the Sabbath, a man with a withered hand. Jesus was being watched closely, and after that fateful… Continue Reading “Have You Lost Your Mind (Yet?)”

The Smell of Fire

Daniel 3:24-27 Then Nebuchadnezzar the king was astounded and stood up in haste; he said to his high officials, “Was it not three men we cast bound into the midst of the fire?” They replied to the king, “Certainly, O king.” 25 He said, “Look! I… Continue Reading “The Smell of Fire”

There’s a Hole in the World Tonight

“There’s a hole in the world tonight There’s a cloud of fear and sorrow There’s a hole in the world tonight Don’t let there be a hole in the world tomorrow. Oh they tell me there’s a place over yonder, Cool water running through… Continue Reading “There’s a Hole in the World Tonight”

My Race, My Pace

Ecclesiastes 9:10-11Living Bible (TLB) “10 Whatever you do, do well, for in death, where you are going, there is no working or planning, or knowing, or understanding.11 Again I looked throughout the earth and saw that the swiftest person does not always win the… Continue Reading “My Race, My Pace”

Thursday’s Child

I am Thursday’s child on Reflections Along the Way, a devotional page on Facebook. I have the supreme enjoyment of writing for the Thursday slot on that page.Each writer was asked to post a short bio and their devotional for the day and following… Continue Reading “Thursday’s Child”

To Serve and to Protect

I am posting this today to stand with my fellow police wives. Most of us give up Christmas mornings so our husbands can be on their patrols. Did you know that? It’s OK, most people go about their holidays and don’t think about it.… Continue Reading “To Serve and to Protect”

A Swirly Peanut Butter and Jelly Christmas

When my girls were young my husband ( a police officer) was involved in a very serious wreck. He received neck injuries which required surgery, and was home recovering. During that time we were receiving workman’s comp payments, thank goodness, which made up for… Continue Reading “A Swirly Peanut Butter and Jelly Christmas”

Tattered is Best

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