Book Review: Fatherless – Ruth L. Snyder

Title: Fatherless Authors: Dr. James Dobson and Kurt Bruner Pages: 431 Publisher: FaithWords (a division of Hachette Book Group, Inc.) Date of Publication: January 2013 What will our world be like in 2042 if we follow the current moral trajectory? Dr. James Dobson and Kurt Bruner team up to … [Read more...]

New Year’s Resolutions NO! My Goals for 2013 – Ruth L. Snyder

  Although I do not make New Year's Resolutions, I do review the past year and write down some goals for the coming year. I find it encouraging to review the progress I made in the past year and inspiring to think ahead to where I want to be a year from now. Here is what I've come up with … [Read more...]

Renewed Perspective

This morning I was feeling overwhelmed. My husband lovingly rearranged my living room yesterday by adding two more book shelves for me to store my treasured books. In the process several things were displaced and the living room area looks like a war zone. I'm thankful for the book shelves, but I'm … [Read more...]

Choosing to Rejoice

I was rinsing dishes my youngest son was washing for the third time because he didn’t get them clean the first two times. In my mind I was reluctantly going over my “to do” list for the day—washing clothes, folding clothes, baking, cleaning, cooking …. The phone rang. It was Marie. She wanted to … [Read more...]

What Kind of Legacy am I Leaving Behind?

Sometimes my mind makes strange connections. Today was one of those days. I was invited to attend a party and asked to bring two items wrapped in newspaper for a gift exchange. One of the items I picked to give away was a book about legacy. As I wrapped the book, I thought about the kind of legacy I … [Read more...]

Back to our Regular Schedule

We had a wonderful Christmas break - a few medical appointments, caroling, Christmas concerts, time with our Church family, a visit from my sister and her family, talking, laughing, watching videos, playing games, relaxing. It is always nice to have a change. However, it is also great to be back to … [Read more...]

The End of 2011

As I write this post, I am sitting beside my younger children who are watching Paddington Bear. My husband and oldest child are at a New Year's Eve party. On Facebook my cousin mentioned he is also home with the kids, one of whom is ill. Parents often end up celebrating events in ways that would … [Read more...]

Rainbows and Remembrance Day

Yesterday I had the privilege of attending the Remembrance Day service at Ardmore School. I was especially touched by two events in the service. The first was a student who sang lyrics to a Remembrance Day poem her mother wrote more than twenty years ago. The second was the slideshow which depicted … [Read more...]

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