“Remember what I told you,” I said to my little girl with golden hair, long and silky. She tilted her chin upward, her blue eyes fringed in black lashes locked into mine, digging deep, she nodded. “Obey the teacher, and be a friend to everyone.” Determination replaced the fear. She walked into the new classroom. […]Continue Reading
Month: July 2021
Who is in Control Of Generations?
“He established a testimony in Jacob and appointed a law in Israel, which he commanded our fathers to teach to their children,” Ps. 78:5 ESV “Who’s in control here?” I asked the mirror mirror on the wall. I was a frazzled mother trying to keep my temper in check, the house from burning down, and […]Continue Reading
Do You Really Wanna Be Full?
“I wanna be full,” my grandson says. Tomato red rims his mouth, like the ring around a bullseye. Sauce lies draped down the front of his green shirt. A whole lotta food didn’t hit the mark. He looks around for mommy and with plate in hand heads for the chief cook, face washer, and […]Continue Reading
What My MisMatched Shoes Taught Me About God
I wore mismatched shoes to the Doctor today. It’s taken us a year with the COVID backup and restrictions to establish a base doctor in our new town. I finally had my first visit after months of waiting. I’d done the rigamarole, you know, filling out a million forms, listing all the gross details of […]Continue Reading