The Gift of the Scarf

I have a passion for woven items, particularly scarves. I love the way they drape, protect and provide warmth when needed.  The Bible in Exodus 35:25 honors our sister weavers: And all the women that were wise hearted did spin with their hands and brought that which they had spun, the blue, and the purple,Continue reading “The Gift of the Scarf”

Love

Love is work. Love is action. Love is a deep, whole                   investment in others. Pay attention to                   how much you’ve hoped,                   how much you’ve cared. You know how to Love. by Tony Angeline, LeCora Okeagu, Agustin Fuentes, Susan Ceely Philips

A Light Unto My Path

Visiting the monastery that weekend was one of the first outings I’d made after finding myself alone, my husband’s words still ringing in my ears – that he no longer wanted to be married.  But I’d never arrived at nighttime – never realized just how dark it could get in this most secluded place.  I parked, gotContinue reading “A Light Unto My Path”

The Arrival of a First Grandchild

Our first grandchild was born recently—so many times during her birth, I thought of Mary with awe.  You see, my daughter was supposed to be at the hospital bright and early on a Tuesday morning.  Upon arrival, they found there was no room for them.  After being shuffled around many times, they finally were settledContinue reading “The Arrival of a First Grandchild”

Quotes on Light and Hope

“I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.” – John 8:12 “When you let your own light shine, you unconsciously give others permission to do the same.” – Nelson Mandela “Give light and people will find the way.” – Ella Baker “We must accept finiteContinue reading “Quotes on Light and Hope”

A Child’s Christmas

The boy in 3rd Grade. The year was 1929.  A little 8 year old boy woke up on Christmas morning, and he went downstairs to see what had been left for him.  He did not find anything.  There were no gifts.  Not even one. No stocking was hung.  No card on a table.  No book. Continue reading “A Child’s Christmas”

Light of Hope

Upcycling is one of the many things I proudly do as my contribution in the conservation of our beloved Mother Earth.   This pandemic gave me more time to think about what and how I can reuse household things that we normally just throw away. As a result, I have these Lights of Hope made of reusedContinue reading “Light of Hope”

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