Today I walked on sacred ground. I do that more often than one might think, but I find sacred ground in some of the oddest places--once I stop and really consider where I am. A writerfriend, whose first book I was introduced to by Karen Spears Zacharias, released her new book yesterday. It's been exciting… Continue reading On Sacred Ground
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Encourage a Mama, Hug a Child
It's here again. The flipping of the calendar pages and it rolls around again. When I was little, Mother's Day was about making homemade cards, writing poems that rhymed, and making some kind of special food for my Mama. I probably crocheted her a bookmark or something small a year or two in there somewhere. … Continue reading Encourage a Mama, Hug a Child
Whom Do You Need to Kick Out?
Y'all. Yesterday was a moment in time I will replay over and over in my mind. Banjo music. I was done for. I sat with my toe tapping and my heart singing. I once heard someone call good stuff for the soul "soul tanning." Too true. I didn't even recognize the songs but it didn't matter. … Continue reading Whom Do You Need to Kick Out?
On my Bedside Table
I was inspired by the book I was given yesterday to get my reading act together. As we wind down our "official learning" school year, and shift into mostly reading, I thought I'd get my "wish list of reading" put together for summer. Before I get started on my rather lengthy and somewhat intimidating list (focus is… Continue reading On my Bedside Table
Who Told You Who You Are?
I had the great joy of taking my littles to the Grand Opera House in Macon yesterday to see Rainbow Fish. Field trip! I LOVE live theater. I give thanks for parents who, while they didn't have much extra, made sure we saw live plays and classical concerts. Love love love it. It is so fun… Continue reading Who Told You Who You Are?