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A Fresh Start

Spring is finally here! With the official first day of spring next week on Thursday March 20, we can leave the dark days of winter behind and revel in the sunny pastels of spring flowers and budding trees. Read more...

Let the Wind Blow

It was a chilly, blustery day and the wind seemed to be blowing from every direction as it swirled the leaves around me. Zipping up my jacket, I stepped up my pace as I walked through the park, and was thankful for the soft warm scarf around my neck... Read more...

Autumn Leaves

Colorful, crunchy leaves underfoot and crisp, juicy apples... The signs of autumn are all around us. There’s a cool crispness to the air - and an aroma we've missed during the summer months…wood burning in the fireplace. Read more...

Changing Seasons

I hope you had a wonderful summer filled with memories you’ll cherish for years to come, and that autumn brings with it the joy of family, friendships, good health, new learning experiences, and creativity! One of the highlights of my summer was when I... Read more...

Surprise Sunflowers

I’ve always loved sunflowers, but I’d never planted them. So, you can imagine my surprise when three sunflowers appeared in my flower beds. Read more...

Red Poppies on Memorial Day

Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start of summer as friends and families gather together for picnics and fun. It’s a time to shake off the blahs of cooler weather and to enjoy the warm afternoons of late May as we anticipate a joyful summer with our loved ones. Read more...

Easter Reflections

With the arrival of spring and the new life we see in nature, also comes Good Friday and Easter. It’s such an important reminder to not forget what Jesus did for us and to give thanks for the new life we have in Him. Read more...

Hope for the Future

We're a month into 2013 and it's good to be reminded of the hopeful attitude we had as the calendar turned from 2012 to 2013 that the new year would be brimming with possibilities. Sometimes I think it would be helpful to know the details of what's ahead, but that is not what happens. Perhaps God doesn't reveal the future to us so that we'll trust Him. Since only He knows the future, we have to rely on Him.

Thankfully, He encourages us in Jeremiah 29:11-14. “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Then you will call upon me and come and pray to me, and I will listen to you. You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart.”

God has lovingly given you another year. It’s beautifully wrapped with a big red bow, just waiting for you to open it and explore the exciting possibilities coming up on the horizon.  Look for the little things in life that are special gifts from Him, too. That can help us to be grateful no matter what comes our way. And encourage others along the way. By doing so, we’re also encouraged! Read more...

Less Stress This Christmas

Everywhere you go, the sights, sounds, and smells of Christmas fill the air.  Ringing bells, shoppers with arms loaded down with packages, and Christmas carols to set the mood.  It’s the most joyful season of the year! How wonderful to be able to celebrate the birth of Jesus our Savior.  It’s a time of gathering together with family and friends, fun activities, parties, and of course, shopping. Read more...

Grateful vs. Ungrateful

For many generations, children have been taught manners and to say please and thank you - and really mean it.  There’s nothing like hearing AND saying “Thank you!  Thank you very much!” when it’s said with a truly grateful heart.  It puts a smile on the face of both the giver and the receiver! Read more...
  • For Everything There’s a Time

    While this moment in time seems a relatively good season for my family, I also see many others within the sphere of my life in a season of struggle with difficult challenges. My heart sinks when people suffer with a broken relationship, life threatening illness, or the loss of a loved one. Read More

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