Dear Mom, I hope that I haven’t disturbed you or caught you at an inconvenient time. When I call my friends, or even other family, I always start by asking, “Is this a good time to talk, or have I caught you at a bad time?” Come to think of it, I seldom make randomContinue reading “Light, Leaven and Laughter”
Have you ever had to go through your stuff and make decisions about what to keep and what to give or sell? You really can’t take it with you.
I think the first book I remember reading, where I felt I had a movie camera in my head so that I could picture the characters, the scenery or the action, was Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women. I was about 11. It may be that I had seen the movie, but whether or not IContinue reading “Words Become Flesh: On Reading, Writing and Sermon Writing ~ Part I”
Perhaps I should have titled this post, “Snow Fall.” What do you think?
It all started with Murray. Murray was a sturdy sheep with a blue bow that I found at a yard sale. As a pastor it can be convenient to have a few sheep around, you never know when one will come in handy, and since I am a shepherd to a dog who requires care,Continue reading “A Pastor and her, uh, Flock”
Have you ever chosen a Word of the Year? Mine chose me; here’s how that happened.
A few thoughts on the close of 2020
Do you have a favorite Bible Character? Have you ever wished you could talk to them? .
The mountains are one kind of beauty and the beach and ocean another kind of beauty and I have been privileged to call them both home. I am a Flat Lander, a Beach Girl and an immigrant in a state full of mountains, forests and farmlands. There are mountains in Massachusetts, but my whole lifeContinue reading “A Land Locked Life with a Beach Girl Heart”
Have you ever had a love/hate relationship with an inanimate object? Read my story about some of my most favorite and least favorite Bridges.