Chick-fil-a Boycotted? Are You Kidding Me?

I received a forward email today telling me I should eat at Chick-fil-a this week. Duh. I do every week. I love the place. Then it went on with an article that described a boycott going on by progressive activists against Chick-fil-a. According to the articles I read this afternoon this was back in January. However, I […]

Old Barns Have Great Charm

Living in Georgia I run across some charming old buildings. My favorite are old barns. Today I’m posting some of my favorites at the request of a friend. However you gotta know I wanted to share anyway. Thanks for letting me share my picture finds with you. I’d love to see yours. By the way […]

Is There Life Out There?

This is a prompt from The Red Dress Club. For this week, take what you know out of your comfort zone. Try a new genre, a new time period, a geography you’ve only dreamed of, fantasy or historical instead of contemporary fiction, try the male POV if you usually write women. Or vice versa. Switch […]

Does A Middle Aged Woman Need To Reinvent Herself?

    The words reinvent yourself are very common these days. I’ve used them myself when describing what’s going on in my life. But when seriously thinking about it something came to me. Why should I reinvent myself? Who I am is who I am and God made me who I am. Does that make sense? It just […]

You’ve Been Freed, Act Like It Now!

    Galatians 5 is a letter Paul wrote to the Jewish Christians, many of which didn’t understand living under grace instead of by the law. He wrote this letter to explain to them that they were giving up the freedom that comes with being a believer by putting all these rules upon themselves. I’m […]

My Life and Times With A Soap Opera

Soap Opera seems to be a dirty word these days. I don’t know too many people who watch them and if they do most don’t talk about it. I will not let this stop me from admitting I love Days of Our Lives. My mother, brother and I spent most days watching a lineup of […]

From Such A Hell To Such A Time As This

This is a repost from February. Since it’s July 4th I thought it would be fitting to post again.   I spoke with an 89 year old man this week. His life has been inspiring to others and quite an experience for him. He and his wife have been married 67 years and have lived through decades of […]

Older, Old and New- Part 2

Last week my friend and mentor of many years Dee Gredler wrote the first of 3 post about the difference in Old and New Covenants. I’m excited to have her back today with another Monday Moment. Join Dee in Bible study this morning and dig for more treasure from God’s Word. Last time we saw that […]

Out Of Her Comfort Zone

She had lots of friends who weren’t from my crowd. To look at us you’d never believe we were compatible. She smoked in the school bathroom; I was scared to go in there most the time. Her crowd was the cool, tough bunch while mine was the mediocre athletic, nerdy types. I can’t remember our […]