Which Way is Up?

June is almost over, and the bag of mulch I placed by one of the flower beds last April is still wai…

There’s An App For That!

Barking dogs really don’t bother me. It is there way of saying, “hey, that’s mine” or “want to play,…

The Promise

Pumpkin bread is one of my grandchildren’s favorites. So a couple of weeks ago as I was packing my b…

Life and Love in Abundance

The saga of Homeless Gray Cat continues with trust issues, fear and the abundance of love. When we d…

Gray Cat’s Journey: From Survival to Learning Love

Homeless Gray Cat continues to be around every other morning or so. I started leaving little bowls o…

Which Way is Up?

June is almost over, and the bag of mulch I placed by one of the flower beds last April is still wai…

There’s An App For That!

Barking dogs really don’t bother me. It is there way of saying, “hey, that’s mine” or “want to play,…

The Promise

Pumpkin bread is one of my grandchildren’s favorites. So a couple of weeks ago as I was packing my b…

Life and Love in Abundance

The saga of Homeless Gray Cat continues with trust issues, fear and the abundance of love. When we d…

Gray Cat’s Journey: From Survival to Learning Love

Homeless Gray Cat continues to be around every other morning or so. I started leaving little bowls o…

Absence and Presence: A Reflection on God’s Unwavering Love

A two-hour flight with an uncommunicative seatmate leads to a profound reflection on human nature an…

What A Blooming Great Gift!

Spring is here, and its time to plan the flower garden, both the seeds and the blooming plants. So, …

Why Do Bad Things Happen To Good People

Yesterday I had lunch with some “old” friends, Norma and Stew. The first thing out of Stew’s mouth w…

Hang Your Hat On It!

An exercise bike has many uses: in the bed room – a coat and hat hanger, in the office – a book shel…

Love Has Many Dimensions

My cats let me live with them. As long as I pay the mortgage, keep kibble in their bowls, the litte…

No Longer A Commodity But A Member Of The Family

The people who live next door adopted a dog from the animal rescue. She is so cute and sweet – the d…

The Gift of Blessing and Growth

My six-year-old grandson, and the rest of his family too, were at my home for Easter. Knowing the Ea…

God’s Wonderful Gift

Easter brings out the “creative” instincts in people, and such was the year of the lambs In worship …

Don’t Be Alarmed

The watch is not keeping time. I’m not sure if it is the battery or part of the mechanism, but it ju…

In The Midst Of All The Noise and Excitement

Telling family stories around the lunch table, Kim shared this. She was five, when her parents cont…

Which Way is Up?

June is almost over, and the bag of mulch I placed by one of the flower beds last April is still wai…

There’s An App For That!

Barking dogs really don’t bother me. It is there way of saying, “hey, that’s mine” or “want to play,…

The Promise

Pumpkin bread is one of my grandchildren’s favorites. So a couple of weeks ago as I was packing my b…

Life and Love in Abundance

The saga of Homeless Gray Cat continues with trust issues, fear and the abundance of love. When we d…

Gray Cat’s Journey: From Survival to Learning Love

Homeless Gray Cat continues to be around every other morning or so. I started leaving little bowls o…