Tag Archive | Lord

Little Blessings

Little Blessings The last two years have been pretty hard on us. We had the worst Winter I’ve seen since I moved to this beautiful rural town in 2007. With that weather came an onslaught of problems that we didn’t expect. Beside more emergency room visits for Rich, I was diagnosed with several other problems […]

Where is Your Faith

Where is Your Faith I love social media, especially Facebook. It is nice to be able to check in with family and friends to see how they are doing. It enables me to keep in touch with family members that live in other states that are not very dependable when it comes to writing letters […]

New Years

New Year Lately it seems that every time I decide to write, something happens to interfere with it. Either we have forgotten something at the store, we have last minute doctor appointments, we end up in the emergency room or one of us or both of us are not feeling well and need to be […]

Great is Thy Faithfulness

Great is Thy Faithfulness  There are ups and downs throughout all of our life. There are good times, comfortable times, times of worry and times where we feel like we are walking through the valley, all alone, with no way out. There is no one, absolutely no one, who has a perfect life. Some people […]

Half Full or Half Empty?

Half full or Half Empty? You’ve heard this reference probably many times in your life. They set a glass or cup on a table that is only partially filled with water and they ask your opinion “Is the glass half full or half empty?”. It’s a lesson on how to look at things in a […]

Just As You Are

Just as You Are I’ve mentioned before about the bells that are rung by the Baptist Church in town, a few times a day. They aren’t actually rung, it is a computerized system. I don’t know exactly what time they are scheduled to play, but I have heard them several times in the early morning […]

It’s a Wonderful Life

It’s a Wonderful Life I’ve spent a lot of my life living in large, cold, unhealthy cities. I can remember that most of the places I lived, the neighbors hardly spoke to you. Even back then people were starting to keep to themselves because they didn’t trust anyone, crime had already started to escalate. For […]