An ordinary woman with an extraordinary story
Weeds

August 2, 2015

I’ve been working in my garden a lot lately.  There’s always something to do out there.  Watering, weeding, harvesting, pruning, spraying, so much to do to maintain a healthy garden.  This year has been a great year for gardening.  The harvest has been overabundant! Living in Southwest Kansas means that my garden has sandy soil.  ... Read More »

The Widow’s Son

May 21, 2015

It’s amazing how much the Word of God speaks in a different way when your heart searches it for answers.  Things that I had read many times before suddenly took on a completely different meaning after the accident.  When that happened, I underlined and dated the verse in my Bible, sometimes adding a note to ... Read More »

Rain

May 15, 2015

As I look outside this morning, it looks like it’s about to rain once again.  For us, that is absolutely amazing.  The last four years we have been in extreme drought.  The crops of failed, the land has ached for rain.  In fact, they’ve said that we have had less rain than during the dirty ... Read More »

Grumbling

April 16, 2015

I was reading this morning in Exodus, preparing for Sunday School.  I came across a verse that really knocked me up the side of the head.  It’s in the middle of the story about Moses leading the people of Israel out of slavery.  The people have seen amazing things – miraculous things – things that ... Read More »

Comfort

February 12, 2015

Yesterday I was reading one of my mom’s magazines and came across a list of recipes that they described as “comfort foods.”  I chose one and made it for lunch!  It was a homemade chicken pie, with biscuits on top, made in a cast iron skillet.  For me, it really was comfort food.  It reminded ... Read More »