Smiles, people, smiles! Just one more shot. Do you remember your wedding day? Smiling so much, the muscles on your face hurt? What does that tell us? WE DON'T SMILE ENOUGH!! Smile, it's the wedding season; and therefore, the anniversary season! Our church puts out a monthly calendar with all the birthdays and anniversaries for… Continue reading Marital Bliss and the Pursuit of Happiness
I've reached the point in my life where I have to write everything down to remember it. Well, not everything. I still know how to use a toothbrush, how to work the stove, and MOST OF THE TIME, I remember to turn off the burner when I'm done cooking! Maybe it's not so much a… Continue reading Memory is the First to Go (or is it the hearing? maybe the eyesight?)
It always amazes me how one tiny paper cut or one small crack in my dry skin can hurt so much and continue to affect my ability to focus. Like a constant reminder of "I'm still here, creating just enough pain to get you off track." This winter in Indiana has not been kind to… Continue reading Those Annoying Wounds
I'm not a fan of creepy, crawly things. Especially when I'm not expecting them. Like the stink bug that suddenly appeared in my kitchen, buzzing over the kitchen table this week. (He ended up in the kitchen drain, hopefully far, far away by now.) Or the spider that suddenly crawled over my book lying on… Continue reading The Locusts
I love surprises! Let me clarify. I love good surprises:-). I woke up to a wonderful surprise today, a gift of time. I teach music at an after school program on Wednesday afternoons, but because of the weather, school was cancelled today. Which means the after school program was cancelled. Woo-hoo! Don't misunderstand. I love… Continue reading Surprise, Surprise, Surprise!
Our opening question in Life Group (small group with our church) last week: "What is the most immature thing you can remember doing as a child, in school, as a teenager, as a young adult, etc.?" Think about that for a moment................................ We've all had our less than stellar moments. (Hopefully as we age, we… Continue reading Growing UP-Baby Steps and Giant Leaps
So, I'm sitting in church yesterday listening to a really good sermon on work and our attitude about work. Pastor Rex reminds us that whatever we do, we should do it as if we are working for the Lord. And do it for His glory. Great reminders! Then in his conclusion, he puts up the… Continue reading Every Good and Perfect Gift