Tag: old

The Formula…

Things change quickly – we go from young to old in the blink of an eye. From raising kids to holding grandbabies. From playing to working. From carefree to burdened. I’m not so good at change. A certain two year old in my life…

RESToration…

Projects – a lot of work. Restoring something – an old chair or an old house requires…yikes, patience. I’m wondering if Jesus has ever said ‘yikes’ as He takes us on to restore us to Him? For some the restoration of our spirit by…

Just New…

It’s 2019 – time to look ahead – and maybe instead of wishing a Happy new year – how about just a new beginning? We are bound by time. Ticking off days and weeks then years. But God is outside of those bounds. No…

About Being…

Today’s ‘junk’ mail caught my attention – in bold pink letters it read: The Perfect Life Is In Your Future. At first I rolled my eyes because the flyer was for a Senior Living Workshop. One, I can’t get into the whole senior thing because…

No Unbelief…

In Gatlinburg, TN there are burned down dreams and memories in ash piles. A family grieves the loss of a son, not knowing whose anger caused the shots. Another grieves the loss of a father trying to do his job to serve and protect….

My Sunshine…

     Did your mother ever sing to you ‘You are my sunshine, my only sunshine, you make me happy when skies are grey…”? Mine did… I miss her… She also came in some mornings singing ‘Wake up, wake up you sleepy head. The sun…

On Your Mark…

     What? It’s 2015? Wait, wasn’t it just summer, just fall, just the holidays… In the whirlwind we can miss it… The uniqueness of each day gets lost in the 365 that turns into New Year… I’ve turned over the garden bed, turned over…

Antique People…

     Antique stores are fun… I don’t know much about authenticity or values – my interest lies in the history, in the uniqueness, in the beauty (and a good deal of course)… Actually I do cringe a little when I see things I had…

Six Hours One Tuesday…

It started out being ‘let’s meet for lunch’ … it turned into a memorable day… She’s 25, I’m 55. She’s full of big plans; I’m wondering what’s the plan? Conversation goes from mundane to hysterical laughter and everything in between in a matter of…

The Job

A young man set out one morning – to make his way in the world. He had a family and they needed him to make his mark. His car was old, but his shirt was clean and pressed. He had tried so hard so…

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