Over the hills and through the woods to the open houses we went! Literally over and through. Last week the Bible study gal pals and I went over the hills nad throug hte woods to a log cabin home for brunch. The inspiration was bubbling up! Then we were off! Over the hills and … Read More about Farmhouse Kitchen
Still waiting. Still preparing. The old old stories of His love.. this old-fashioned hymn popped in my mind…because that is what we do during Advent. Tell the old stories of Jesus and His love. Reading Luke’s old old story of the coming birth is preluded by these words to his friend… I … Read More about The Coming of His Joy
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in this old farmhouse. By some folk’s count, I am behind and moving slow. I guess. We have a slow paced Thanksgiving weekend. Games, food, golf for some, food, movie, dishes, shopping for a new old home being renovated, games, food, and dishes. No … Read More about Christmas Cozy
Have to say this southern gal loves snow. My kids love snow. Even though it took me forever to get home from church, okay, just and hour, I was glad to see it falling in veil of white. Nancy spun out into a cornfield. Nearby neighbors who she did not know help to push her … Read More about Natural Decoration…Snow!
Anticipation! Advent is the season of preparation. Have you ever noticed that the two most important events in history have a season of preparation? Advent and Lent. The build up of anticipation. Preparing includes planning, understanding, focus. How is the preparation going for you? Before any “big” event, wedding, Thanksgiving…. there is planning and anticipation of … Read More about Hopeful Anticipation
Sister age 11 Granddad and Son age 9 My Uncle Son is having a milestone birthday on Saturday. I have felt for several weeks now that I was supposed to go visit soon. It was a gentle Holy Spirit urging. It fit with my occasional longing to see them in person. Then the FB message … Read More about Uncle Son
A day set apart for rest. It is a day by God’s own words that is holy, to be kept holy. We had a good Sabbath Sunday today with my daughter’s family, take out , naps and cookie making and left overs. Church was first. Setting aside all other things to devote to each … Read More about Sunday Sabbath
National Art Gallery Washington, DC Our family enjoys art galleries and the stories. Lunch on the steps before entry; we felt so …cool! It doesn’t take much. Youth inner city mission trip … Read More about Summertime Remembered