Are there any collectors out there? Let’s face it, most of us like to collect something. For some, it is stamps, coins, thimbles or comic books. For others, it is angel figurines, stuffed animals or cow knick-knacks. Some people even collect things without realizing they’re collecting them—things like clothes, books ...Read More »
When Life Get’s Hard, Don’t Quit–Pedal!
One of my epic failures in motherhood has been to successfully teach my youngest to ride her bike. I guess I should clarify. The concept has been grasped, it is the execution she finds daunting. She gets the whole idea of pedaling; it is just controlling the bike that is an issue. ...Read More »
The Unmistakable Power of Loneliness
Loneliness is quite possibly one of the worst feelings I experience these days. I’ve been a widow for almost 16 months and it wasn’t until probably the last 3-5 months that I realized loneliness had crept in, like a ninja stalking its enemy. I suppose before then I had been ...Read More »
Yes, God Really Said That!
As Christians, most of us are familiar with the Ten Commandments, even reciting most of them from memory. We know that God loved the whole world and sent His Son. We know His Words as our Shepherd in the 23rd Psalm. But the Bible is filled with beautiful Scriptures that are ...Read More »
Securing Sacred Moments, A Photo Album of Memories
Photographs capture and seal moments, sacred moments that can never, ever be fully duplicated. Photo albums act like little memory boxes for storing these pictures. Every household ought to have a family album. Each picture book has a unique history which tells a unique story. Indeed, no two albums will ...Read More »