It has been good for me to focus on hope this year for my #oneword2022. As I review, may my hope reflections also encourage you.
The day the winter solstice occurs also is the shortest period of daylight, and the longest night of the year. As our family watched a Christmas movie together, the phrase “the longest night” kept coming to my mind, so I began to compose a poem.
In this passage, the phrases “new thing” and “springs forth” stood out to me, because they reminded me of my life…What is new is that I am making a greater effort to see and enjoy the beauty.
WITNESSES WHO ENCOURAGE The #FiveMinuteFriday word prompt this week is witness. The word can be a noun or a verb. What I first think of is someone who sees something firsthand and tells about it. Some of the synonyms at Rhymezone are: watcher, viewer, spectator, […]
INSTANT FOOD Instant grits, instant oatmeal, instant coffee, instant hot cocoa mix, and I could go on. So many instant foods, but are they good for you? Of course, like anyone else, I love meals that don’t take long to prepare but are still nutritious. […]
The first step in reconciliation in any area is our willingness to find that common ground, establish friendships and work from there. Instead of hate, we might find forgiveness and love.
While time keeps moving on, we experience changes as we age. Though we may not enjoy all the changes, we can still find joy in life.
Autumn might just be my favorite season of the year to enjoy God’s gifts of nature. I love to walk outdoors quietly by myself.
LIGHT FADES QUICKLY A log house on a hill is where I’ve made my home since the spring of 1998. Needless to say, over that many years with many people living here off and on, we’ve collected quite a bit of clutter. Cleaning house can […]