Panning Out and Living Ready

During the 1950s Cold War, the U.S. circulated civil defense DUCK AND COVER propaganda as a readiness measure should a nuclear attack occur. Duck and Cover drills were practiced in schools, instructing students to duck […]

The Daily “DOs and DON’Ts”

The other day, I found myself mentally composing a laundry list of all of the things I don’t love above this stay-at-home order our Governor recently imposed upon our state. Suddenly, I find that I’m […]

Like A Flood

As I write this, it’s raining outside. I’m a born and raised Arizona girl and when it rains in Phoenix, it’s an event! Local news reporters are dispatched to show us flooded streets, downed trees, […]

Strength Will Rise as We wait Upon the Lord

But they that wait upon the Lord Shall renew their strength They shall mount up with wings as eagles They shall run and not be weary They shall walk and not faint. Isaiah 40:31 The […]

God’s Slingshot

Has anyone had any setbacks in the past 6 months?  I have but I also have an odd (supernatural) peace about it. The setback escalated as I stepped back into something God wanted me to […]

Modern Day Sarah

In Genesis 18:12 Sarah laughed to herself after God told Abraham that Sarah would have a son.  I thought of this verse recently when I caught myself laughing and saying, “Yeah right” (as I rolled […]


I love the holidays! I love decorating, the preparation, the menu options and all the events that go along with the season! Having said this, life has happened! Three months ago we moved into a new […]

Letting Go!

I’m a fixer. You know the kind of person who has the great need to fix a situation, a relationship, and a problem no matter what. However some things just cannot be fixed! Learning to […]

Me, God, and a Dog

I was out on a walk and I came across a little dog walking down the sidewalk towards me.  He was alone and no one else was around.  Ugh.  I hate it when animals get […]

Time Outs Aren’t Just for Kids

I’m supposed to be writing a blog. At the moment, I am staring at the computer screen and wondering what I should say. Perhaps I should be dramatic and flamboyant, thrilling any would-be readers with […]