Today is Saturday before Easter. If we place ourselves back in time, we realize that Jesus is dead, and the disciples are devastated. What should they do now? Jesus was their hope, their Savior. Yet, He was dead. Some call this day, “Silent Saturday” because God in Heaven was silent. However, we know from historyContinue reading “HOPE after Darkness”
The first anniversary has been in the news this week, especially on Thursday, when our President spoke about it in his first primetime address to the country. In one respect this is not an anniversary we are pleased to celebrate – one year of the pandemic called COVID-19. We have been through a year ofContinue reading “Happy Double Anniversary”
It has been a wonderfully long and fun-filled day, and I am finally getting to my Five Minute Friday assignment. Enjoy! The first things that came to my mind were: “It’s not easy being green.” – Kermit the Frog “Green Eggs and Ham” – Dr. Seuss “I want a green birthday.” – Will Ayers, myContinue reading “Five Minute Friday – GREEN”
Sometimes life goes along at a steady pace and we think all is well until BOOM! Something catastrophic occurs: a hurricane, an earthquake, an accident, a bad medical diagnosis, or political upheaval. Any of these or countless other events, can cause one to have a very bad day. But for us as caregivers, it doesn’tContinue reading “One Very Bad Day”
While this is the final day of this week of sharing my thankfulness with you, I hope it will not be the last day that all of us will remember to be thankful. Today I am thankful for my faith in God. The purpose of my blog is not to share my faith per se.Continue reading “Friday Thankful”
Today I am thankful for my church, the church staff, and my church friends. Thank you all for your encouragement and support that sustain me every day.