I stand in awe of the beauty of God’s creation. It renews my spirit like nothing else.
In quiet prayer and reflection, purple mountain majesties floated through my head and into my heart.
I opened my eyes this morning and all I could see was the the final vestige of moonlight streaming through the blinds and into my bedroom. I awoke anxious. A dream, the kind that seems so real it takes time to adjust to reality, left me feeling powerless and alone. The dogs noticed a change … Continue reading A Broken Heart and A Humble Spirit
We, the silent majority need to break our silence if we don’t, the bullies will win.
A recent Pew Research report indicates that 71% of the population is angry. I do not doubt this in the least. The reason for the anger may vary from group to group, but on the whole we are one angry country. Forced isolation due to a pandemic, leaders squabbling on how to contain it, escalating … Continue reading The Stones Are Crying Out – Part One
It was an ordinary day in my small yarn shop, the door opened and a young woman with amazing crimson colored red hair walked inside. I don’t remember much about her visit except she brought light and joy into my space. Little did I know then that I had just met a dear friend for … Continue reading An Immigrant’s Point Of View
I was born in 1958 to parents who neither graduated from college nor came from privileged backgrounds. My mother, the daughter of Kentucky farmers, left high school in December of her senior year to board a train in Evansville, Indiana bound for Las Vegas where my father waited. Her childhood was typical of someone born … Continue reading From My Perspective
Let me begin with a disclaimer. I am not a Biblical scholar. I am not a Constitutional scholar. I am a citizen of the United States of America and a believer in Jesus Christ. Through the power of God’s Holy Spirit I have the ability to read scripture and use the words to understand myself, … Continue reading God’s Ultimate Work of Art
What is your view of the future? Fighting for change? I’m not going to lie. I allow myself to get anxious in times of conflict. Some folks relish it; their adrenaline pumps and they are ready for the fight. My adrenaline pumps, my heart beats faster and I run for a diversion to make that … Continue reading The Future
Before I go any further let me just be very clear (oh dear, that sounds so much like a politician!), I do believe the Covid-19 virus is present and can be serious and for some, life threatening. However, the response to this disease has caused me to take a step backwards and ponder. The response … Continue reading The Fear Over Covid-19