Monthly Archives: January 2012
Today is my mother’s 89th birthday. I’m thankful that I got to spend time with her. The celebration was noting like I would have hoped for, but the time spent with her was still very special.
Today I’m thankful for my family’s love and forgiveness.
Today I’m thankful for time spent with a very good friend. We used to see each other every day, but circumstances changed that. Isn’t that just like life? Now we have to work to see each other. Makes our visits … Continue reading
Today I’m thankful that I woke up. Though I’m looking forward to eternity with my savior, I appreciate the time he’s given me on this earth. May I touch others with his love.
Today I’m thankful that I got to spend time with my mom and dad.
Year of thanks: Day 25 — Today I thank God for all the friends who prayed for my mother. I was very concerned earlier in the day, and within minutes of asking for prayer, I got it. Thank you, my … Continue reading
Today I cut my mother’s hair. Seems like a simple enough thing, but it’s not. My mother suffers with dementia. She sits in a high-back wheelchair, and doesn’t always understand my requests to tilt her head one way or the other. … Continue reading
I’ve seen this question asked on several writers forums lately. Of course, there is no one answer. Writing styles are like clothing styles. Need I say more? Some writers set aside a scheduled time to write every day. Whether it … Continue reading
Today I’m thankful for the first of many Monday’s I’ll get to spend with my husband. Not going to work felt strange, but lunch in St. Augustine and a nice chat with my dad made for a lovely day. Now … Continue reading