Today's guest blog post is written by my great friend Debra Dickey. I'm always thankful for her thoughtful reflections and beautiful contributions to my blog. Debra is definitely more than enough, and I'm thankful she's in my life. In my prime, there was no limit to how much I could take on and accomplish –... Continue Reading →
The ticking of the clock
Today's post is by Debra Dickey, my friend and frequent contributor. Lately, I’ve begun to experience an unusual development of emotions that is difficult to describe. When I tried to put a finger on it, the only thing I could come up with was the ticking of my ‘biological clock’, only in reverse. With children... Continue Reading →
*Today's post is by my friend Debra Dickey, a frequent contributor to this blog. I'm thankful for Debra's courage to share her own journey in writing because each time she does, I learn and grow.* 1) A weighty concern regarding the possibility of an expensive vehicle repair -- gratefully, did not need to happen.... Continue Reading →
Day 28: Happy Thanksgiving!
*I'm thankful today for my pastor, Paul Seay, who wrote Day 28's post for the Dear Gratitude project.* “Do not worry about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God.”—Philippians 4:6 NRSV Dear Readers, I don’t know why I am a reluctant blog writer, but... Continue Reading →
Day 7–Amazing grace (and love)
*Thank you, Pastor Paul Seay, for serving as today's guest writer. Paul is my very own pastor and also a pretty fun guy. Check out our church if you're in the area.* “Amazing Grace, how sweet the sound, that saved a wretch like me.... I once was lost but now am found, was blind, but... Continue Reading →