Back to School

Here in Georgia, we’re getting ready to send our kids back to school.  It’s a hot topic these days no matter what city or state you live in.  Depending on your own personal circumstances, some kids will return to the classroom, others will go with a hybrid schedule and others will begin the year withContinue reading “Back to School”

Blanket of Love

My mother taught me how to crochet when I was 8 yrs. old.  It was something we did together, especially during those long, winter days.  We crocheted everything and anything – scarves, mittens, vests, skirts!  My mom, along with my Aunt Martha would crochet around the edge of these special handkerchiefs, some of which IContinue reading “Blanket of Love”

The Lonely Walk

Have you ever felt lonely? Have you ever looked around you and felt totally alone even though you may be surrounded by people? According to Websters dictionary the meaning of lonely is: standing apart, isolated, solitary, destitute of sympathetic or friendly companionship. This is the kind of lonely I’m referring to.  As the months have goneContinue reading “The Lonely Walk”

The Big “A” – Anxiety

~ Every anxious thought that steals my breathIt’s a heavy weight upon my chestAs I lie awake and wonder what the future will holdHelp me to remember that You’re in control You’re my courage when I worry in the dead of nightYou’re my strength ’cause I’m not strong enough to win this fightYou are greaterContinue reading “The Big “A” – Anxiety”

The Three Musketeers

How did we get here? That’s a question I’ve often been asked and there are some days I wonder the same thing. I married and had 2 children at a young age, but soon found myself divorced and raising them alone. Growing up together we would often refer to ourselves at The Three Musketeers. AsContinue reading “The Three Musketeers”