It had to happen

Inevitable. Hubby and I were on a date, and there she was ~ our son`s new mom. 💔 Our son might have been there too; we don’t know. He’s in college somewhere, I think. Maybe he went back to the car when he saw us; maybe we could have seen him. We just don’t know.Continue reading “It had to happen”

Rough Season– don’t you think?

 I’m surprised we’re still here, aren’t you? I have now listened to the Ps 121, Ps 37, Ps 18 and\or Rick Warren, Joyce Meyer, Beth Moore, RT Kendall, Steven Furtick and a bunch of other sermons and scripture. Roughly 32 billion times. Conclusion…we are going to make it guys.  strengthandcourage.That is what I am talkingContinue reading “Rough Season– don’t you think?”

Things I love 💘

Ok. Miserable at 2am.  Autoimmune diseases and family griefs suck. this seems to me an excellent time to remind myself of the beautiful and smart and bless-ed.  “Time for one of my little lists”, as Emily Peabody would say. The sound of ocean surf bird song on a bright forest morning my hubby’s quiet, rhythmic snoreContinue reading “Things I love 💘”

Grief–hello again.

I know about this. At least a little. My best friend and mentor (who I lived with during my last years of highschool) died at 42 years old. She died just after my first husband left me. Sandy just woke up one morning and said “I can’t breathe.” And died. She left a husband, aContinue reading “Grief–hello again.”

reboot my ❤️

Loneliness is like a really cranky, mega-experienced, universally difficult, really old science teacher.  Once you get past the crusty parts, she can be a total sweetheartwhowouldgiveyoutheshirtoffherback and your favorite. It’s part of my life. It’s here for this growth season. I can fight it – And get a detention or get to respect it –Continue reading “reboot my ❤️”