“Those who have long enjoyed such privileges as we enjoy forget in time that men have died to win them.”
– Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Memorial Day is often considered the unofficial beginning of summer. Parades take place, the grill is dusted off for the first time.
But actually, it is much more than that.
Memorial Day is in remembrance of soldiers who fell in combat risking their lives for their country.
It is about gratitude.
Continue reading “setting the table”
“The Lord is not slow in keeping his promises, as some understand slowness. Instead he is patient with you, not wanting anyone to perish, but everyone to come to repentance.” 2 Peter 3:9
This time of pandemic in our World is undoubtedly teaching us many new things –
like just how many absurd varieties of face-masks & thermometers there are, giggles!
As well as strengthening other more familiar skill-sets,
such as our care & concern for others.
(I’d love to hear what you are learning & strengthening! )
For myself patience is at the forefront of what I seem to be called to address, (or re-address.)
Continue reading “patience”
it’s the monday giggles….
Perhaps you’ve heard…
I’ve been traveling The Road to Recovery these past many weeks.
That’s because 2019 literally ended with a BANG!
Into a telephone pole.
The good news is…the telephone pole lost.
As a result, I have been spending the beginning of this NEW year working on trying to reset my life physically and mentally – back to the point of feeling normal again.
My injuries have provided lots of down-time to reflect,
to be introspective,
and to work at strengthening myself ~
body, mind and soul!
Continue reading “Reset Button”