Our summer trip started with a visit to my sister-in-law and her mom in Houston, Texas. We spent two lovely weeks visiting them with a few trips to the Walmart Neighborhood Market and a trip to Kohls for shopping. My sister-in-law, Susan, is a person who loves people. She loves to write pen pal letters … Continue reading Travels with Tom and Kay
They were arguing—again. “Well if you hadn’t said. . .” He glared at his wife and yelled, “I wouldn’t have done. . .if you hadn’t said. . .” She answered, “Why is everything always my fault? You think you’re so perfect. Well, let me tell you, buster. . .” Sound familiar? It does to … Continue reading Who’s Fault Is It?
I know the title is gammatically incorrect, but I'm not being formal today. Yesterday was Thanksgiving Day, the first I've been able to spend with my brother in over 20 years. He's a long-haul truck driver, divorced and remarried. He married his 2nd wife three years ago and they live in Texas. My husband and … Continue reading What I’m Thankful For
I have seen this movie twice. When it is available on DVD I will purchase a copy. It is the best movie on the power of prayer I have ever seen. The movie brings out several points: 1) You can go to church and still not really know how to do battle in prayer. 2) … Continue reading Movie Review: War Room