Wait and Pray

The last couple of days have been long and full of prayer. As we awaited news of a mother in distress and baby coming into the world a month early, I prayed and cried and prayed again as we continued waiting—for hours. I couldn't be there. Dratted COVID! All I could do was pray and … Continue reading Wait and Pray

Capture Your Thoughts

A couple of weeks ago, I blogged in Living My Advice that I had a biopsy and was awaiting the results. I am happy to report the biopsy on the lump in my throat is benign. Whew! Relief. Now, for the other tests, I have yet to take. Hopefully, I will be able to get … Continue reading Capture Your Thoughts

Peace in Upheaval

In upheaval, people are nervous, frightened, angry, and uncertain. I'm sure there are many more adjectives I could use here. But how many are at peace? And how did they arrive there? I have relatives glued to the news right now, wondering what will happen to our beloved country. I don't have cable; therefore, I … Continue reading Peace in Upheaval

Are You Open?

The country may be closed; your state perhaps is shut down, your favorite stores closed until further notice or may never open, but is your heart open?Many people are afraid to go out--between COVID-19 and political upheaval, so I don't blame them. And with good reason. COVID-19 is a scary disease, especially for the elderly … Continue reading Are You Open?

Choices

Little by little, we work to improve our lives. We work hard for that next raise or promotion. We scrimp and save for that new car or an expensive toy. We slave away in our backyard to make a haven. We make influential friends, give up Starbucks, cultivate the ground.Starbucks? Okay, about the Starbucks thing. … Continue reading Choices