[You should meet together] It's that time of year again. I don't know about you, but for me, a brand new year means it’s time to look at the days ahead with some hope and motivation. Getting through the Winter months isn't always easy, especially if you struggle with S.A.D. (Seasonal Affective Disorder.) With a … Continue reading Where’s Waddles?
[Help puting on the full armor of God] We don't like the word "struggle" (at least I don't, and I’m assuming I’m far from alone in this thought), yet all of life--in a nutshell--is a struggle; we like to call it survival of the fittest. Fortunately, fitness has nothing to do with our true survival. … Continue reading Escaping the Shell
[Just as they honor the Father] I caught my reflection as I passed by the bathroom mirror. I wasn't impressed with what I was seeing. (No, this isn’t one of those typical woman moments.) Since my diagnosis of Hashimoto's Disease, the growth of my hair has suffered some, particularly around my temples; so what I … Continue reading Rockhoppin’ Penguin Parallels
[And you will go out and frolic] While our upstairs neighbors have been away, we’ve had the privilege of looking after Charlie. (She’s Doug’s sweet dog). Doug himself, is the type of guy that anyone would be thrilled to have for a neighbor, and we are! He’s shoveled the snow off our steps and brings … Continue reading Charlie!
[Those who know Your name] Our beautiful tabby cat, Sheya, has always hated to be held. From time to time, however, I do try to pick her up anyways. I can’t help myself; I just want to hold her. She doesn’t like this though, she protests, squirms and wants down. As soon as you … Continue reading Held