STANDOUT SATURDAY

The story I am about to tell you has a lot to do with the attached picture. From time to time, as you are reading, glance at the picture as a reminder of my words. All through our lives, all of us have experienced: ups and downs, laughter and tears, loss and gains, sickness and health, fear and strength, happiness […]

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FROM MY HEART FRIDAY

When my children were little, I  enjoyed every minute with them. I loved watching them grow, witnessing their, oh so different personalities, listening to their dreams and wishes, and experiencing their loving hearts.  They were kind children who grew into even more compassionate adults. They were taught at a young age to be responsible, and each was expected to work […]

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THURSDAY THOUGHTS

It was a beautiful Thursday. The air was fresh, but the sun was nice and warm.  Thursday is one of my favorite days of the week!  It’s the day I get to host, The Turn the Page Book Club. We meet at Moravian Hall Square at one o’clock in the afternoon. It is a beautiful facility filled with warmth and […]

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WINK WEDNESDAY

This morning, I had to go up to the attic to find just the right size Christmas tree. I needed the tree big enough to hold forty red hearts. As I looked around at the twenty artificial trees of different sizes, totes of Christmas decorations, many angels, silk holiday flowers, and oh yes, I cannot forget the mountains of wreaths […]

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A TIMELY TUESDAY RAINBOW

It rained again today, quite heavy at times. It was also damp. Damp to the point that it chilled me to the bone. I must admit, I didn’t do much except the normal everyday things. However, I did write, and I did pray. It seems like my prayer time is getting longer and longer. But it is okay. I love […]

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MARVELOUS MONDAY

Today was a rainy, damp, day. A kind of day that you wish you could curl up in your bed and sleep the hours away. A day that sometimes fills our minds with the color blue. A day that can be very difficult for those facing a loss of some kind, an illness, or perhaps missing someone they love. It […]

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STUFF SUNDAY

It’s that time of the year to switch clothes over from summer to fall and winter. This year, I decided to make piles of my cold weather clothes on my bed sweaters on one pile, turtlenecks, sweatshirts, winter pajamas, holiday wear, slacks, socks, slipper socks, and scarves on other piles. As the mounds started growing, I found myself becoming very overwhelmed. […]

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