As I pondered the words of the song, I wrote a poem, expressing my desire to live in the freedom that comes when I trust in God alone.
I had a shock of surprise and trauma, but I was not alone. God provided, through friends and family, upholding me through the entire ordeal.
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 […]
What do you do when you want to write poetry, but you have no inspiration? I’m sure everyone has their own ideas, and I also have my own. Today, I will share three easy ways to discover inspiration when it seems to be illusive.
How can we be living a life of hope amidst the pain? What if, Instead of letting it rule us, we use it to drive us closer to God?
What are murmurs of peace, and how can we hear them throughout our days? We each may have different experiences that wake up certain memories of times we felt calm and peaceful. But the connecting cord that binds us is the Holy Spirit, who Jesus […]
For the past several months I have found a routine that works pretty well for me, at least for the mornings. I wrote about that in THIS POST. After breakfast my husband and I do some reading together. Then I head back upstairs to read in […]
The rest of the yarn was in the worst tangle I had ever seen. I wish I had a picture to show you. It was a mess – attached to the cone on one end, the unfinished hat on the other end and what seemed like another tangle leading out from the middle.
For the second time this week, my husband and I drove to the nearby town of Pickens, SC, to take a walk on the Doodle Trail. It used to be a railroad route but has been made into a lovely paved trail for bike riding […]
It has been awhile since I participated with the Monday weekly haiku challenge at #RonovanWrites. My last time linking up was in the post Rainbow: Quiet Beauty with a Promise. This week I couldn’t resist, because I love the prompt words, forest & whisper. […]