I’ve always been a “Daddy’s girl.” As a little girl I wanted to truly belong to God--to listen to His voice and go wherever He wanted me. I had faith so big I thought it would move mountains---literal mountains :). We shared our hearts and dreams and plans. As I grew older, I still … Continue reading Roll away the stone
Do you remember Highlight Magazines for children? I was always frustrated by the picture puzzles. I could never seem to find all the pictures on the list. However, as I enjoy the search with my own children (in the Highlight app) I find them most intriguing. To hide something in plain view of the reader … Continue reading Search and Find
Several weeks ago I cut my finger using a mandolin. If you don't know what that is, don't feel badly. I didn't either. My husband gave it to me a number of years ago. It's a kitchen gadget that gives you the ability to slice veggies very thin or in various patterns. The blade is … Continue reading As long As it Takes
Fire. I want it. I need it. I pray to walk in holy fire and I hear the promise that it will come. I see visions of fire. The Pillar of Fire to guide. The all consuming Fire that purifies. The Fire that wounds. The Fire that heals. The Fire that speaks. But the fire … Continue reading Let It All Burn!
My middle girl has a knack for snacks. Before a meal, after a meal...even during a meal. If she sees it, she wants it. It drives me crazy. I often wonder if she is really hungry. Especially since we just had dinner... how can she possibly ask for an apple (or another snack) when she … Continue reading Eat up!
Goals. Everyone is talking about goals for the new year. From slimming down the waistline to slimming down the budget. One of my goals is to be more aware of the words that are coming out of my mouth. To do that I'm becoming more aware of what's going into my spirit and my body. … Continue reading Obey Your Thirst
In South Carolina, the pipes aren’t positioned well to withstand extreme cold. Ours are placed on the side of the house just behind the wall, against the siding. With no insulation, the pipes in our kitchen were no match for the below freezing temperatures this week. I woke up to frozen pipes Friday morning. (Which … Continue reading Lessons Under the Kitchen Sink