Vern barged through the doggy door with his muddy paws creating prints all over my clean wood floor. He jumped up and down in front of Bee and then made his way to the blanket in front of the fire. As annoying as it is to clean the mud from the floor, his behavior isContinue reading “All Knowing Love”
Jesus knew that children were inquisitive and hadn’t been tainted by the world like their grown up counterparts.
Listen with your heart and try to apply his word to your life every chance you can.
How often do we miss out on the blessings of life because we have our sights on hopes that don’t materialize?
I appreciate the seriousness people are taking with the virus, but it still makes me sad living my life at a distance.
Vern knew he had made a bad decision. The harsh rebuke clearly demonstrated that he had reacted in a way that was not acceptable. With head held low to the ground, the little dog scurried under the foot stool and scrunched into a ball. Maybe, here, covered by the flaps, no humans would see him.Continue reading “Vern’s Feelings of Remorse”
My hands began to shake and I had to take a couple of deep breaths as I opened up the test results. Just like so many others, Covid has been creeping ever so closely and this time I believed I would be its next victim. Once I realized that I had been in direct contactContinue reading “Counting My Blessings”
For thirty-two years, my life revolved around teaching children with disabilities. Some of these children were severely disabled, unable to talk, feed themselves, or walk. Others had emotional issues that interfered with their ability to focus on anything outside of their hostility. Many had autism while others had Downs Syndrome. Each child was unique andContinue reading “Life Before Writing”
We can become overwhelmed with our personal situations or we can choose another course.