humble and kind

“I love you, mom.” “Hmmm?” (A little louder) “I love you, mom.” “I love you too, honey, so very much.” I’d been deep in thought, listening to the song we were slowly dancing to. (The photo above is he with his new wife, September 14, 2019. Our mother/son dance was immediately prior.) I knew this... Continue Reading →

may his face shine upon you

Numbers 6 : 24 - 26 ESV   The Lord bless you and keep you; the Lord make his face to shine upon you and be gracious to you; the Lord lift up his countenance upon you and give you peace. Dear moms and dads, This blessing was first spoken from God to Moses. The... Continue Reading →

find their way

Just turn on the power and everything is all set, she told me. You don’t need to change a thing - I have it on the correct setting and volume, she told me. If it’s not turned on, she said, he won't sleep and will be distracted by the children playing outside. I was babysitting... Continue Reading →

an ever-present help in times of trouble

My first overriding emotion was embarrassment. When I heard one say to the other, “It was a domestic dispute,” I felt the blood rush to my face. The emotion following immediately behind was anger. “No! You don’t understand. My dad has a brain tumor. He’d never hurt us or our mom!”  The kind paramedics looked... Continue Reading →

revelations from a road trip

"Did you leave yet?" I frantically asked. "Please don't go, we've been robbed!" The minute we saw that our window had been smashed and our car broken into, I called our son, who was in another vehicle with our daughter, his wife and mother and father in-law, leaving from the same parking lot. It was... Continue Reading →

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