I am continuing from yesterday. As I wrote then, I am listening to a series of sermons that Pastor Andy Stanley is doing on the Beatitudes. I wrote yesterday about the tenuous situation I find myself in because of my mom’s health and about how I will be making […]
Wow! Last Saturday my mom was given two weeks to live. She is striving now. Eating well. Coughing almost gone. Walking stronger (with her walker). And most importantly, she says she’s feeling better. I look back and only now am I beginning to realize the amount of stress we’ve been […]
Depression can be the hardest to manage in the morning. Facing the day seems insurmountable. But there is one simple step to get you moving. But it’s perhaps the hardest……..
As I wrote yesterday, this will be a very random week of posts and thoughts. Mom’s doctor’s visit yesterday revealed nothing more about her mental state that we didn’t already know. We just wanted to make sure there was nothing “medical” going on with her. She is losing […]
Right after Thanksgiving, my husband and I start drinking our morning coffee from these cups. They’re not antiques but they’re at least twenty years old. I bought them shortly after the Hobby Lobby in our local area opened. One of them broke a few years back but we […]