Peeking at a Younger Me

I unexpectedly stumbled across an old journal of mine.  One I had started as a senior in high school, and had again picked up a few years later as a young married woman thinking about starting a family. Its pages contained prayers I had forgotten I prayed.  Frustrations I had forgotten I felt. Even the... Continue Reading →

Even On The Tough Days

  Today my grandson underwent his second open heart surgery.  He is a precious, blue-eyed 5 month old with a contagious smile and a winning personality.  He is quite accomplished at flirting with the nurses and is intent on carrying on his own method of conversation with the doctors. He was born with a serious... Continue Reading →

Little Boy, Smile

As our oldest son prepares for his high school graduation and what lies beyond it, I can’t help but ponder the blessings we’ve experienced because of him.  We are so thankful God made us his parents and, although we haven’t done everything exactly as we should, we have loved him with all our hearts -... Continue Reading →

Being a Heart Mommy

Today I share a post written by my daughter who is a heart mommy.   I was not familiar with this term until a few months ago when my grandson was born with a serious heart defect. Since then, I have come to love and respect this special group of people... these special heart mommies and daddies chosen by God to love on... Continue Reading →

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