Project Psalm: What’s Making Me Sick?

Psalms 38:11-12 My heart shudders, my strength forsakes me; the very light of my eyes has failed. Friends and companions shun my disease; my neighbors stand far off. It’s flu season!  Coughing, sneezing, and the one I hate the most, sniffling can be heard all around.  Moms  become the germ police, sanitizing hands and Want More?

Project Psalm : On Anger Psalms 37

37:8-9 Refrain from anger; abandon wrath; do not be provoked; it brings only harm. Those who do evil will be cut off, but those who wait for the Lord will inherit the earth. Anger What people do out of anger, what people will say How it rules their hearts How it ruins their day Want More?

Conversations With My Pets: Featuring Ginger

Ginger Snacks   “Hey Ginger, what are you doing?”         “Getting myself some Ginger Snacks.”         “Ummm, well one, that’s not okay and two those are not Ginger Snacks. They’re Scooby Snacks…for the dogs.”         “One, what’s your point and two what’s your point?”     Want More?

Project Psalm: Fear Psalms 36:10

Psalms 36:10 Sin directs the heart of the wicked man; his eyes are closed to the fear of God. Fear of God? What does that mean?  Why should we fear a God that is so abundant in love and mercy? 1Fear,  to be afraid of (someone or something) as likely to be dangerous, painful, or Want More?

God Still Puts Rainbows In The Sky

  Driving down a road I don’t normally venture down because of its multiple blind spots and twisty winding nature, I was somewhat despondent, despite the rally to move on video that I had posted on Facebook earlier that day.  Lost in thought over the election results and what it implicated about our country, I Want More?

Book Review~Paper Bag Princess

Robert Munsch’s Paper Bag Princess Synopsis:  An ordinary princess learns just how extraordinary she really is. Genere:  Children’s Fairytale What Critics Thought:  Highly acclaimed and beloved book, originally published April 1980 and is endorsed by the National Organization of Women.  It has an average rating of 4.2 on both Goodreads and Amazon. Why I read Want More?