A few days ago I was coming into town and felt kind of sad. I drove past a house whose owner died earlier this year.
Sunday was National Friendship Day, a day to say a special word of thanks to those who have given us the gift of their friendship.
It finally happened. I saw a rainbow, the first I had seen this summer.
A recent trip to Cleveland has me thinking about life. Yes, I was going to the Cleveland Clinic but it was not the purpose of the trip but the trip itself that brought to mind how we so often go through life.
God is so good to us, because he is always sending little lessons our way to make life better – if we have the eyes to see and ears to hear.
Don’t ever let anyone tell you that in this day and age all young people are bad. They are not.
When Father’s Day dawns on Sunday, many people will be finding special ways to honor the father(s) in their lives, while others will be remembering the fathers they have lost.
After reading some of the items in last week’s news, I reminded myself again how thankful I am that I am not God, and that God is merciful. After reading some of the police reports, I knew that my judgment would have been instant, probably before the incidents happened, because my anger was …
It was one of those nights when suddenly you are awake, even though the sky is dark except for a few stars, and maybe the moon, shining through the curtains. A quick glance at the clock shows it is only 3 a.m., but the deep sleep I was enjoying decided to go elsewhere for awhile.
Last Tuesday afternoon the sky was kind of dreary as thunderstorms passed over the area. Late in the afternoon, as I was coming back into town, the sky was still gray and it looked as if the rain would start any moment. But I wasn’t more than five minutes down the road when suddenly all the …