If you could send up some prayers, I’d really appreciate it. We just got the call tonight that Bryan’s Nana is not expected to live much longer and is starting hospice tomorrow. This lady is amazing and I feel so blessed to know her!
Wow…what a wonderful, sad, touching, amazing, honoring tribute to our very own! Tim McGraw – If You’re Reading This…
It has been a LONG day! I was up at a little before 7am and have been going non-stop ever since. I *tried* to lay down for an hour this afternoon and was so tired I couldn’t fall asleep. Do you ever have that happen to you or am I just weird? This morning, I
Well, I got the call Friday afternoon that I got the job! I am thrilled! I am really looking towards going back to work AND being more involved in the ministry. I go in on Monday to fill out paperwork, etc and then will train the rest of the week with the lady that currently
Where did July go, was it even here? I remember as a kid, time always seemed to drag…school was un-ending, summer, birthday and Christmas, they could never get here fast enough but, now time seems to go so fast that I am unable to truly get a bearing on things. I am sure many of
So it’s been a while, eh? I have been crazy busy. Seems my life never slows down and my mind is going 90 to nothing with it. So, be prepared…this is likely to be a VERY long post because I have lots on my mind but as fast as my thoughts are moving here lately,
Found these at the Christian bookstore yesterday and thought they were really neat. I went ahead and bought them so that I could have a visual reminder…these are two things that I am REALLY bad about and need lots of reminding.
Nana Rita sent this to us and I thought it was pretty cool. Nice reminder:-) 1. Your thumb is nearest you. So begin your prayers by praying for those closest to you. They are the easiest to remember. To pray for our loved ones is, as C. S. Lewis once said, a “sweet duty.” 2.
Who Started Christmas? A Moment to Consider Author Unknown A woman was Christmas shopping with her two children. After many hours of walking down row after row of toys and after hours of hearing both her children asking for everything they saw on those many shelves, she finally made it to the store elevator with