[Love One another] When I met Chuck, "Theo the Bard" was his screen name. He was the first person, and the only person, to ever refer to me as Miss Tina. (I think it's a southern thing.) This is a memory that makes me smile to this day. Chuck is wonderful. If it weren't for … Continue reading Theo the Bard: Continuing Debt
All right, so I’m taking “Music that Speaks” where no “Music that Speaks” has gone before. (And yes, I do realize that I’m about to combine Star Trek with Star Wars. I'm also throwing Mary Poppins into the mix. Hey, why not?) A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away, Poppins popped in … Continue reading Mountains Fall (Miracles)
[He cuts off every branch that doesn't bear fruit] As I was looking at the Cherry tree, late May, I couldn't help but notice that quite a significant sized branch had no leaves whatsoever. Immediately my mind went to John 15:2. It wasn't long after my discovery that our upstairs neighbor did some pruning, removing that … Continue reading Faithfully He Prunes
[Love Mercy] I'm not a Catholic (I'm a Protestant), but I dated one just before I met Andrew. I like to think that God used him as a stepping stone, because it was while I was dating Richard that I began to consider what I believed. More on this can be found in Faith’s First Baby … Continue reading Love’s Second Name: Mercy
[ ...and I will still declare Your wondrous deeds.] God is a teacher. Not just any teacher, but the ultimate teacher. We can’t escape the fact that He will always be both a good Father and a compassionate Teacher. Of course He's so much more than this, however, the point that I’m making is that … Continue reading Are You All In?
[Above all love each other deeply] I goofed. I put my foot in my mouth. No, this is an understatement, I put both hands and feet in my mouth. Basically all of my limbs were in my mouth. You could say that I was a human basketball, and I didn't make a slam dunk. … Continue reading What’s up with Wind Shear?
I received this email from my dad last night: "We spent this fantastic day on the porch (lanai) eating and sipping. What a pleasant day we had. We knew that something had made a nest under our shed, we thought it was a squirrel, but towards the end of the evening we found out we … Continue reading The Fetid Five