My Independence Day

    Today, July 4, 2012, we celebrate our great country and independence and freedom. What a tremendous opportunity we have in the United States of America – to live totally free. The adoption of the Declaration of Independence in 1776 marks when we were set free as a nation – independent  from the Kingdom of […]

Remembering the Good Things About Daddy, by Julie Moore

1- He loved to sit on the porch and listen to the rain. 2- Storms never frightened him. He even went outside when a tornado was close to see if he could get a glimpse. Mama had me and my brother huddled in the stairway of the basement. I was always afraid a tornado would take […]

A Tribute To My Dad- by Heather Freeman Bryant

We are all in the process of leaving a legacy here on earth. What kind of legacy are we building for our families? To all the dads reading, are you modeling the love of Christ in your homes? As we approach Father’s Day, my prayer is that fathers are making a huge impact for the […]

A Letter From A Mother To Her Daughter

Some of you have read this letter from a mother to her daughter but its worth reading again. I wish I had of had this kind of patience with my own mother. Cherish the times you have with yours because you never know when time is up.     Letter from a Mother to a […]

This Mother’s Day Will Be Different

  Mother’s Day is hard day for some of us for one reason or another. It’s weird to try and celebrate without your mother. The first two years after my mom died I didn’t go to church or celebrate although my kids did their best to make it good. As time went by it got […]

A Valentine Story: The Girl and the Hippie

 I’m also posting over at my other fav place Christian Women’s Online Network. Read my front page article Is There Perfect Love? Enjoy this day and remember God loves you so much.    In the year 1979 a young 15-year-old girl went on a blind double date with a good looking, long-haired, popular guy from […]

No Resolutions Here, Just Some “Want To’s”

January 1, 2012 As I write that date it seems like it just can’t be! Where has the year gone? I have thought about this New Year and wondering what resolutions I will set. Haven’t thought of any yet. But there are some things I’m considering: 1-     I want to open up this blog to […]

What’s This Georgia Girl Want For Christmas?

  What does a sweet Georgia gal want for Christmas? This one wants her car detailed and filled up with gas. I get too cold standing out there doing it myself. This gal would like to have dinner cooked for her once a week for 6 months, I need to be giving these hands a break and soaking […]

Christmas With A Little Grief

Grief and the Christmas season sometimes go hand in hand. Real grief plays itself in every day life just like we see in this story written for a Story Dam prompt. Alma sat at the large wooden antique dining table staring at her hands. They were dry, cracked and showing some wrinkles. The gray in her muddy […]

Thankful For Forgiveness

I’m thankful that I don’t have to get up every morning and make a list of my sins and beg God to forgive me for them. He’s already done that the day Christ Jesus my Savior died on the cross and bore every sin for all the world. He bore the punishment and paid the penalty for […]