The year 2020 is finished and most of us are more than ready to move on and embrace a new year. For many of us, the faster we can forget 2020, the better. Many of us are adopting Paul's words from Philippians when he said, One thing I do: forgetting what lies behind and straining … Continue reading Hindsight
Back in January, I continued my habit of choosing One Word to focus on for the coming year. Back in January, I, as well as everyone else, had no clue how life was going to change in just a couple months. Back in January, I chose the word, Vision. All the puns aside for picking … Continue reading One Word wrap up for 2020
PJ is closing out another year of his Photo Blogging Challenge with the theme, Magic of the Season. Despite COVID-19's best efforts, it simply cannot cancel the holidays and the magic of the season that goes with it. Maybe Christmas (he thought) doesn’t come from a store. Maybe Christmas perhaps means a little bit more. ~The Grinch … Continue reading December Photo Challenge: Magic of the Season
To my Democrat friends, Please explain to me how this is a positive representation of what the party embraces. I'm talking about the choice of a headliner for a recent rally for Democratic Georgia senatorial candidates Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff. I have to say, when I realized who this was, I literally got sick … Continue reading Please explain to me…..
Yes, you read the title correctly. It's a book my mom gave to the grand girls and is a sweet, sweet Christmas story written by New York Times Bestselling Author Raymond Arroyo; with gorgeous illustrations by Randy Gallegos. The story is based on a German or Ukraine folk tale that explains why tinsel is put … Continue reading The Spider Who Saved Christmas