On yesterday as I started to prepare dinner, I realized I didn’t know where the pepper was and all I could remember was my grandson wanting pepper on his fries. I was making steak and potatoes for dinner and I had already placed the other seasonings on the steak. I had sliced my onion…… Continue reading I Found the Pepper!
You lived a full life and you left here on October 6, 2010. I know you struggled with some pain during the last few weeks of your life. On the last day of your life I was there as you took those last few breaths. I tried to sing ‘Amazing Grace’ to you. I never could…… Continue reading A Virtuous Woman
Corrie ten Boom was a remarkable Christian who survived the holocaust. She once said, “Don’t bother to give God instructions, just report for duty.” Prayer is an important part of a Christian’s life. My spiritual leader emphasized prayer. My church hold prayer services on Wednesday nights. In addition, we encouraged to pray before every service.…… Continue reading Report for Duty
Most of my writing is done in my living-room. At times, I will write first drafts in longhand. The ideas seem to flow more freely. Then, I use my laptop or a tablet. For a while, I was using only the laptop to post on my blog. All of a sudden the cord on my…… Continue reading Space to Write
Someday, I am going to invest in a navigation system for my vehicle. Here’s why… Several years ago, I was searching for a teaching position in another county. I received a call from a school district to interview for a job teaching middle school science. I was not familiar with that particular area in my…… Continue reading Recognizing When You Are Going the Wrong Way
I have been writing for years now. I have always enjoyed English and Literature when I was in school. Unlike a lot of my classmates, I enjoyed reading and memorizing poems. My twelfth grade English teacher was an amazing individual, as well as a devout Christian. She would require her students to memorize poetry and…… Continue reading Right Motives
Mom was in her early eighties. She had stopped cooking. She had complained about her feet hurting as she walked from the parking lot to the gym at my daughter’s graduation in June. By late August my mother’s health had declined quickly. My daughter and I had just returned from Augusta. My grandson had been…… Continue reading Amazing Grace