Anybody else out there remember taking a once a year shopping trip for clothes when you were in elementary and/or middle school? One and done. The tennis shoes you bought better last you the whole school year or you’d be lining them with cardboard. Sorry if your jeans got too short, better just try and … Continue reading School Shopping
Sitting in the living room staring at the Christmas tree, probably should’ve taken it down days ago. Nevertheless, here it stands reminding me of great memories while simultaneously making me feel like a sloth. At least I’m a happy sloth. I think I’m still a little Christmas cookie drunk. This holiday has been dreamy, all … Continue reading It’s a New Year!
I’ve always wanted to ride in a horse drawn sleigh. I picture myself with a red and black plaid blanket draped across my lap while snowflakes tickle my nose and eyelashes. In my mind’s eye, we ride past snowmen with carrots for noses and Christmas lights shining through frost filled dimly lit windows. I, in … Continue reading Childlike Christmas
I was weaving through the aisles of Target absent mindedly enjoying the yellows and browns of the fall décor. I love this time of year. As I rounded the corner I passed a grey-headed attractive lady and, as usual, my heart wilted a little because my Mom would never get the chance to grow old. … Continue reading Dancing Into Glory
Often I go out onto my back porch to have devotions or to pray. There’s nothing special about it really. It’s screened in, but we have to leave the sliding door open so the dogs can get out to the yard when needed. Flying insects that find themselves trapped in my screened in haven from … Continue reading Back Porch Revival (conclusion)