Not Welcome! My husband laughs at me every time I find a bug of some sort in our home. I normally squish the offending creature and tell it, “You’re not welcome!” My husband laughs and gets a cute look on his face. He probably enjoys the vehemence I have towards the little critters. But there … More Not Welcome
What seeds are we planting or cultivating? Seeds. There are different kinds of seeds. Seeds of choosing joy. Seeds of choosing Thankfulness. There are also seeds of choosing to hate or be angry and bitter about things you can’t change and again, seeds of trying to make changes. Seeds of Fear I was listening to … More Planting Seeds
Today’s post is a bit of a book review. Due to Australia’s recent Anzac Day (April 25th) that commemorates the landing of Australian and New Zealand “Diggers” landing at Gallipoli during the “Great War” I started to read the book ‘Fighting’ McKenzie Anzac Chaplain by Col Stringer. My husband has it in his collection. I finished reading it a … More Book Corner: ‘Fighting’ McKenzie Anzac Chaplain
I’ve been reading in the book of Joshua, partly because it’s been a long time since I read it last and partly because I knew there were many commands to not be afraid and to be courageous. I’ve been reminded recently that I’m not very good about “not being afraid”. So I decided to do … More Lessons from Joshua Chapter 23
Last week I shared that I’m going through something tough. Not much has changed. It’s still hard. Today has been rough. I’m still reminded on how I should be reacting. Here are a few of the lessons: One lesson is from a book I’m currently reading, Following God with All your Heart by Elizabeth George. … More Applying Trust and Obey
Hi Friends, I haven’t been writing/typing much lately here. Sorry about that. I’m not really sure how to update you. We’ve had a few weeks of last minute changes of plans that kind of leave me drained. I also haven’t had much energy the last few months, so unfortunately the blog gets pushed aside while … More Thanksgiving?
Spring is Here. I love spring. When I was growing up in Eastern Canada, spring didn’t come in April as early most places in North America. Spring was in May, even late May. My birthday is in May, so I’ve always looked forward to my birthday and looked forward to more time out-of-doors . Snow … More Spring