Tuesday, September 29, 2020
Acceptance Is Key
I went to the beach again. ❤
This time we saw a boat that had beached itself on the shore. Local and State police were in on the situation. Eventually as the tide came in the boat was freed and able to go back to the ocean.
On Instagram I’ve been posting helicopters and rescue vehicles patrolling the shores. Now there is one more for my ‘collection’. …read more here
Monday, September 28, 2020
Maintaining Trust Both In Yourself and Others
We are in good hands. Remember this.
Today’s blog post is inspired by the book of Jude and the lesson I gained from its study last night.
Everything is going to be just fine. …read more here
Sunday, September 27, 2020
Fear Of Love versus Love of Fear
Isn’t it irony that we just entered the sign of Libra on September 23? It will be here for a month, and as we all know, Libra is the sign for fairness and justice.
Yesterday there was a new nomination to the Supreme Court. …read more here
Friday, September 25, 2020
Wednesday, September 23, 2020
Tuesday, September 22, 2020
Endurance Builds Confidence!
In this phase of my life lessons, it appears that endurance and belief in myself are top goals or priorities. The combination of happenings defies logic and is beyond probability that they would stack up one after the next. …read more here
Sunday, September 20, 2020
Today’s blog combines many things I see happening around me. There is a ‘certain coming together’ of spirit and everyday happenings which is catching my attention.
Case in point, Friday. I cried on the way to work because I ‘called’ my mother, by speaking aloud in the car as if she was still here. It was our routine. I couldn’t bear to be without it. …read more here
Friday, September 18, 2020
All Days Are Special
As I move slowly and carefully through times of change, I have come to the conclusion that days, any day, all days, are special in their own way.
The people who surround us, are placed there for a reason. …read more here
Thursday, September 17, 2020
The Gift Of My Tears
Mother was laid to rest yesterday. Due to Covid restrictions, it was very quiet and limited in size. Masks were mandatory and the seats were far apart for the family members. …read more here