Regaining Your Sense of Peace at (in)courage

Regaining Your Sense of Peace at (in)courage

I’m almost embarrassed to admit what prompted me to set foot in a grocery store again after two months of home delivery. It wasn’t increased feelings of security about entering public places or statistics about a decrease in COVID-19 cases in my area.  It was queso —...
Easter Dogwood Images for You

Easter Dogwood Images for You

I photographed some dogwood blooms on at a local park on our last day before Georgia’s shelter-at-home took effect. When I uploaded the images to Lightroom at home, I rediscovered a batch of dogwood images I took in 2014 and added text for Easter. Honestly, I...
How Do We Have Love for One Another?

How Do We Have Love for One Another?

This week we not only approach the beginning of a new year but the birth of a new decade. Our family feels it especially, as my oldest daughter prepares to deliver her second child and we celebrate my second daughter’s twentieth birthday. I still remember the fear and...
An Easter Sunday Hymn: Thus Far the Lord Has Led Me On

An Easter Sunday Hymn: Thus Far the Lord Has Led Me On

On this Easter Sunday morning I’m thinking about Hope with a capital h, Hope you can hang your hat on and cling to in the dark. Take a moment to soak in the lyrics from this beautiful hymn written by Isaac Watts in 1707. I can only imagine how many hearts...
A New Normal

A New Normal

Today begins a new normal for our family as my husband starts his new job; I feel like I sent off a child to a new school. He left home at 6 a.m. so Atlanta traffic could not making him late on Day 1. Bryan not only lost his job of 17 years on April 3, but also the...
Dripping from the Cross: A Sunday Hymn

Dripping from the Cross: A Sunday Hymn

I haven’t posted a Sunday Hymn in quite some time, but after spending the last few days at our annual singing school in Jasper, AL, they’re on my mind. My kids love “Dripping from the Cross,” a hymn by L.B. Leister (1885-1968), and our...

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