Tag: #ADVENTures

  • Soul Soil

    “Soil is everything.”  Thus declared my niece as our family gathered to celebrate the harvest season at Thanksgiving this year.  And she should know, as a newly minted environmental scientist, having just graduated this month from the University of Maryland.  Proud Auntie aside, I found that her statement got me thinking a lot about a very dirty subject.

  • Watercolors…

    Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters… Colossians 3:23 As the hot summer dragged on in Florida and as life’s challenges became overwhelming, I found this amazing art teacher on TiKTok. Andrea Nelson, an inspiring Mom and instructor convinced me and her 841K […]

  • Find the Light where Darkness Dies

    Christmas may be a day of feasting, or of prayer, but always it will be a day of remembrance–a day in which we think of everything we have ever loved. May love fill your heart and home this holiday season and in the coming year!

  • Hope–A Virtue

    Hope–A Virtue

    Hope appears 129 times in the Bible. It is one of the most important virtues for Christians. I share below some of what I found in my research into this important virtue as well as some of my feelings. Hope in Hebrew Two main Hebrew words are translated as hope in the Old Testament. The […]

  • Through the Eyes of a Toddler

    This was my gift from my first grandchild this past Mother’s Day. This photo is the lid from a candle that my granddaughter drew on for me. (She was 18 months old at the time) Underneath her artwork it says “Best Grandma”.    

  • My Love Language

    “I am leaving my energy here,” as I held firmly onto the door handles. “I am leaving my energy here,” with my palms pressed passionately against the window. Every Broadway Theatre I approached, those words I spoke out loud. That was my solemn vow, my love language, my grateful knowing. Then with quiet and soulful […]

  • Winter Arrives

    We have entered the season of short days, and long dark nights.  Dark nights can be hard.  But they can also be good.  I used to really dislike the darkness until I came upon the saying,  “it is better to light a candle, than to curse the darkness”.  It’s so true.  Curling up with a […]

  • The New Day Rises

  • Believing

    By Lynn Doll the pillars of hope are found in faithone must believewithout this foundationthere is no anchor when storms rageand sorrows overwhelm prayers are lifted by believerswhispered or spokenfervent intentions for othersknee deep in traumaor bereft from sadness or alonefaith guideshope ignitesanswers… not always as one may prayin God’s time andin His Way through […]

  • Mary’s Blessing for Her Little Boy

    Little One I hold in my arms, may you as a child be pulled by a puddle to come out in your bare feet make a riot of water stand in rain turning grasses to greener you, too, are turning – a rainbow inside you, around you, child of promise now fully alive in your […]