Monthly Archives: October 2008

In God We Trust

Last week I volunteered with my daughter’s class to go on an all day field trip. I was at school early helping to gather the kid’s bag lunches and drinks. The first thing in the morning every day a bell rings. No matter what the children are doing at the moment, they are to stop all activity and talking and acknowledge two minutes of silence. …

An Angel Holding a Dove

Today I was in Hillsborough at my daughters’ swim meet. Between events I decided to use the time to write my blog. In the midst of the noise amazingly the words came.  I wanted first to thank all of you for the many prayers I have sensed since the passing of my friend who had melanoma. God has faithfully carried me through the loss, but there …

The Boogie Man

Every afternoon after school it seems like there is somewhere to be or somewhere my kids and I need to go. This is the new season of preteens and chauffeuring kids! Zoom! Zoom! Zoom! Thank goodness many days we have friends to car pool with for swim practice and basketball, before and after doing homework and getting dinner on the table. One day this …

As the four seasons come and go in life, I understand scientifically and accept the changes by God’s grand design, but often there are things my mind can’t fully comprehend; like why a gardenia or magnolia bloom has to end? The bloom of a flower buds and opens; sharing its God given glory and fragrance to all who take the time to notice. …

Preparation for the Foundation

For the past two weeks I have been diligently preparing to present for the first time, my first lesson from my book to share at my church to our MOMS group. (Mother’s of Many Seasons) Actually, I started preparing over the summer, pulling together the main themes and ideas as I sensed the Lord leading me in my free time to “get (myself) …
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