Irony

Yesterday I wrote a little about the various religions. Then later in the day I found a discussion on NPR about religious experiences people had had. It was a little mind-blowing! I think God definitely has a sense of humor and timing! Just as we experience the mundane in our daily lives, so do weContinue reading “Irony”

Pondering

Where better to ponder than my own blog? Perhaps you will chime in with your own blatherings? I am fond of saying: “I don’t think God put His mark on a certain religion and said “that’s that.” Not in regards to “Christianity” but instead to the myriad of religions. Is being Catholic better than beingContinue reading “Pondering”

Macaroni necklaces

It’s VBS season (Vacation Bible School)! Teachers are using old-school projects like the macaroni necklaces (a personal favorite) as well as more modern; colored pasta, taping together newspaper to make capes, Oh how I miss those delightful summer days at church. Young minds ready to soak up and learn about the love of Jesus. ForContinue reading “Macaroni necklaces”

Bytes, memes and gifs

Back in the day (I’m going to age myself here!), we had our own version of silliness online. My favorite was a joke about the “ether bunny” (ethernet). Or a newsletter called “Technology Bytes.” Also there were flying toasters for screen savers and and a distinct sound when you turned on computer and it connectedContinue reading “Bytes, memes and gifs”

New and Improved

I took the entire month of May off from writing. I needed time to decompress, read, take walks, enjoy my days. I lasted almost 30 days. A few days ago I decided it was time to start this blog again, and have committed to writing every single day. Why? Well, it keeps the blog freshContinue reading “New and Improved”

Pieces of Symbolism

Yesterday I attended a socially distanced, masks optional, great scones and coffee class on prayer journaling. One of my favorite parts was using a scrapbooking technique to decorate a page in our journal. We cut up magazine pics or phrases, words, whatever was inspiring. It was fun and enlightening. Some people are so incredibly talentedContinue reading “Pieces of Symbolism”

Saying I Love You

We cherish our relationship with Jesus, don’t we?  We are absolutely certain He is the reason we are alive today.  He is why we have hope, more importantly; a heavenly home. Have you ever told Jesus you loved Him?  I realized after this concept came to me in a morning devotion, that I really hadn’t. Continue reading “Saying I Love You”

Breakfast for Dinner

Throughout my lifetime, I’ve enjoyed making french toast & bacon or sausage with OJ for dinner.  “Breakfast for dinner.”  I’ve also had ice cream for breakfast!  These were usually times when I craved comfort food. You may be feeling this way too.  Covid19 has changed all of our lives, across the globe.  No one isContinue reading “Breakfast for Dinner”

Times, they are a changing

It’s a strange new world.  Somber and oftentimes, lonely.  I am not in the camp that God is using this to bring people closer to Him.  I just don’t buy into that way of thinking.  Man creates these viruses, man is responsible for the unwinding of Mother Nature.  This was God’s paradise, until that fatefulContinue reading “Times, they are a changing”