Archive for September, 2015


Saturday, September 26th, 2015

It went well. I’ve had considerable pain but each day is a little better. I’m laying around sleeping and snoozing all day. Lee and James are doing a great job of taking care of me. Lee has to go back to work on Monday and I have some details to figure out when he’s back […]

To Tell My Story Is To Tell Of Him

Monday, September 21st, 2015

I’ve heard this song several times before but yesterday, I was listening to the words in the car. James was with a friend and baby was sleeping in his car seat. We were on our way home from church and this song came on. The lyrics struck me and I’ve been thinking about them ever […]

From Outside The Frame

Friday, September 18th, 2015

    The mystery of the tomato pin cushion is solved! HT to Robin! 11 service projects kids can do We made this Amish Oatmeal Bake two times for meals we took to families in our area. Both times, it was approved by the teen boys in the family. I got this for while I’m […]

I Take It Back

Sunday, September 13th, 2015

Many years ago, I wrote a  post on here that I can’t seem to find right now. I said that the things we were going through felt like someone had aimed a gun at us and blasted us to  pieces and we were all lying around bleeding. You’ve probably read some of my posts where […]


Saturday, September 12th, 2015

An inmate offers to donate bone marrow for a judge who helped incarcerate him. Read the story.


Tuesday, September 8th, 2015

Throughout my life, I’ve dealt with fear. I know this comes from my mom (ultimately from the devil!) because she worried about so many things and we picked up on that “vibe” for lack of a better word. I remember laying awake all night because I was worried there would be a fire and I […]

What Are You Reading?

Friday, September 4th, 2015

I’m working on a book James read for school last year. Code Talker about the Navajo who helped the US government during WWII. They created a code in Navajo that the Nazis could never crack. It’s really interesting. I had misplaced the book and just found it tonight. Guess where it was? On the bookshelf […]