Tag: welcome

Never Fall

Playing the memory card game with a four-year-old is different: when he picks up a card, he wants to keep looking til he finds the match. If I pick a card he really likes, he wants me to surrender it to him so he… Continue Reading “Never Fall”

Available

Too easy – to be all about self. Pretense that all we’re doing currently prevents us from being able to put ourselves out to add another thing to our schedule. So we drive on by the homeless man, impatiently walk behind the elderly woman,… Continue Reading “Available”

Open Hands

My hands are starting to reveal my age. I can still picture my mother’s hands and I adore my daughter’s hands, beautiful. Their hands and mine have changed countless diapers, cooked countless meals, and wiped up countless spills. They are hands that have cuddled… Continue Reading “Open Hands”

Above All

This year Christmas feels like a welcome breath of air, a sweet sound of peace, a deep sense of comfort. Perhaps things not being the same (normal) for months now is bringing about a desire for what is real and lasting. Although we long… Continue Reading “Above All”

A Sign

We used to own a sign store. We made little vinyl signs and we made signs the size of a small house. Some were for businesses to announce their location, some were banners announcing a special occasion. It may be a bit early, but… Continue Reading “A Sign”

Be Ready…

Life is moving fast. Barely time to anticipate an event or occasion and it’s done and the next one is coming. We just went on vacation – Smoky Mountain cool and nights of good sleep. But here we are along with the rest of… Continue Reading “Be Ready…”

As You Go…

Not going many places these days. A world that used to zoom from here to there has slowed waaayyyy down. So welcome in so many ways. Love that being late isn’t really a thing right now (pretty much anyway). Love that money is being… Continue Reading “As You Go…”

The List…

I make lists. And I love crossing them off. Each little ‘to do’ that’s done somehow is satisfying. But recently in another great book by Max Lucado, Unshakable Hope, I read this at the end: “In the first chapter I told you that the… Continue Reading “The List…”

InSight…

     Spending time – the only sure way to truly know another soul. Sometimes a brief chat on the phone lifts our spirits, but nothing replaces a good heart-to-heart, hours-long soul searching with someone you love and care about. I’ve had the privilege to bare my soul and… Continue Reading “InSight…”

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