It was a dark and stormy night somewhere else. Here it was calm , though it is getting colder outside. Speaking of cold, it is the time of year when I will have to check the temperature to see if I need to bring the rabbit water bottles in at night and then I’ll need… Continue reading When I write
When I was a kid in church, I would find myself wondering about those Israelites who couldn’t listen to God (through Moses) and kept wandering off into the desert. Stupid people, I would think. What was wrong with them? Couldn’t they just listen to God and follow his commands. Sheesh. Fast forward to adulthood and one… Continue reading Forty years in the desert.
My tea cup is empty. Bummer. It’s hard to have a complete thought with an empty cup of tea. You see, I love tea. I love it when it’s warm, I love it when it’s cold. I love it when my cup is not empty, like it is now. I love tea and so I… Continue reading The Right to Share My Jesus
My mom did it again, that thing she does, buy me a book or mention an article that highlights some flaw in my life. Oh yay! Let’s celebrate, there’s a book for that. No, but really, there is. When I was younger and more self-righteous, I would get my feelers hurt, and I would reject… Continue reading That Thing You Do
Growing up, we celebrated every season. We had a box or two of decorations for each time of year. We looked forward to preparing the house for decorating and for what each time of year would mean. It all seems so effortless and easy, a place for everything and everything in its place. As a… Continue reading Momma, why did you make it look so easy?