So here’s the story… In May of 2011 my husband and I were on our way to see our grandson’s dedication. We were 4 hours into our typical 6 hour drive to the Texas Hill Country, when I realized something was different. My husband of 27 years was not acting as usual. Something was missing,Continue reading “how we saved $3400 in one year”
She re-seeded from last year I guess. I didn’t plant any seeds there…this is the compost pile after all. I guess this just goes to show you that great things grow out of decomposing grass, leaves and composted fruit and vegetables. Her stalk is straight and her stems look like arms stretching up in joyfulContinue reading “my joyful flowers”
No alarm needed for this week due to Spring break. No vacation plans for this family though, but who needs a vaca when we get a whole week of… no alarms no 7 am work out for my son no 6 am making lunch and breakfast for son getting up when my body has hadContinue reading “no alarm needed”
My yearly allotment of my mother-in-law’s homemade sweet & spicy pickles has arrived. They have been safely locked away for special occasions. I only got four quarts, add that to the 1/2 jar already in the fridge, I might have enough to last me until the next batch. These are a hot commodity in myContinue reading “mom’s homemade sweet pickles”
Our oldest granddaughter reciting the poem “Salvation” by Issac Watts. Remember those days? Memorize and recite…I would always panic as I stood before the class. I never pulled it off like she does!
Wouldn’t that be divine? To realize that you’ve have messed up, see the error, go back and edit. Not possible I know, that is why sincere apologies are so important, because you don’t get to remove your foot from you mouth, heal a broken heart or undo spoken words. You can only humbly apologizeContinue reading “I Want A Do Over!”