About two weeks ago I was in too much pain to sleep. I had been nauseous for a couple of days (my husband teased me about maybe being pregnant; ha ha, not funny!) and then one night the nausea turned to painful, buckling over cramps that made me feel like I was not only pregnant, but doing into labor!Continue reading
This is Part 3 of the 4 part series: Navigating the Seasons of Life. This series has also been expanded and made into a Bible Study, with questions and scriptures at the end of each chapter. It can be DOWNLOADED for free by clicking on the Free Downloads button on the Home page. Enjoy!
Summertime, and the livin’ is easy/Fish are jumpin’ and the cotton is high/Oh, your daddy’s rich and your ma is good-looking’/So hush little baby, Don’t you cry. (DuBose Heyward)Continue reading
This is Part 2 of the series, Navigating the Seasons of Life. I’m writing this on a cold day in November, but we may be experiencing a season of Spring in our souls even though, in the Northeast, it’s growing cold outside.Continue reading
In the Northeast, early November is a conflicted time of year. Fall color still brightens the landscape, supermarkets display everything Thanksgiving and we start to make plans to see family and friends. And then there is of course, just under the surface, the excitement of Christmas – especially if you have kids. They continually revise Christmas lists and ask when we’re getting the tree, and we look forward to decorating our homes with warm lights and deep colors.Continue reading
We had the privilege of spending this past summer in New Hampshire. My husband, Marvin, was invited to Dartmouth’s engineering school as a visiting faculty member, so we packed up both cars and moved east for the summer. We rented a house in Hanover, which is the quintessential New England college town, and my sons and I spent many hot afternoons at a nearby pond.Continue reading