- What Are You Wrestling With?
- Get Suited
- Let’s Do This
- Get Out of My Way!
- New Every Morning
- If Jesus Came to Your House
- Don’t Get It Twisted!
- Excerpts from “Keeping the Commandments…”
- Can’t Dull My Shine
- They Don’t Live Here Any More
- Stuff’s Coming Up Missing
- Recognizing that Amazing Mother of Mine…
- Recognizing Martin Luther King, Jr.
- My Prayer for You in 2015
Monthly Archives: October 2011
I love you with a pure love, with untainted passion. I love you more than you’re able to love yourself. I love you faithfully, unconditionally. I love you entirely, deeply, completely. You are the apple of my eye, the song … Continue reading
A Pebble … by James W. Foley I share this short poem that I stumbled upon with the hopes that it causes you (as it did me) to re-think your words and actions, realizing that long after the words are … Continue reading
I ran across this short story, which I really enjoyed. The author is unknown but I hope it encourages you in some way. Sometimes we really don’t need words and many times people really don’t want to hear them (words) … Continue reading
I ran across this short story on the grace of God. It blessed me as I continued to ponder on how awesome it is that we have been blessed to receive His unmerited favor. We in no way deserved it … Continue reading
It’s my birthday, it’s my birthday! I’m grateful for another year! Every day above ground is a good day! I’m thankful for another birthday. I’m thankful that I’m in my right mind (and I think my husband will confirm), thankful … Continue reading
We run into people all the time but not many have the ability to turn our lives around, change our direction, set us on a different level or path, give us a new and hopeful outlook. I’m not much on … Continue reading
I love a good sense of humor. Hope you enjoy this short story about the importance and benefits of humor. The story goes that a certain court jester went too far one day and insulted his king. The king became … Continue reading
Hope you enjoy reading this story (author unknown) as much as I did… A few years ago a group of salesmen went to a regional sales convention in Chicago. They had assured their wives that they would be home in … Continue reading