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Here’s a pic & quickie quote for our hearts to ponder today…. Johnston Canyon @ Banff National Park, CANADA “True love is inexhaustible; the more you give, the more you have. And if you go to draw at the true … Continue reading
Cherished and adored, two words that remind me of my father. And loved. Although it’s been three years since Papa passed, there’s still a crater-sized hole in my heart. I don’t think that hole will ever get smaller because Papa … Continue reading
The Easter Triduum begins tonight with celebration of the Lord’s Supper & culminates with the celebration of Christ’s Resurrection on Easter Sunday. Here are a few thoughts, again, about the L.O.V.E. of Jesus. Holy Thursday takes us to the Upper … Continue reading
Here’s a quote from one of my favorite writers for our hearts and minds to munch on: “Our hope is not based on something that will happen after our sufferings are over, but on the real presence of God’s healing … Continue reading
Today is Mama & Papa’s wedding anniversary. Since they were married in 1956, this would have been a big one to celebrate: 60 years!! The fact that they shared 58 years together before Papa passed is nothing short of a … Continue reading
It’s very late on this Lenten Monday, so here are two short verses for our minds and hearts to munch on … “In the tender compassion of our God the dawn from on high shall break upon us, to shine … Continue reading
My Mama absolutely loved Amy Carmichael, a dedicated missionary to India from 1896 to 1951. Mama treasured her many books, poems, and stories about her life. Mama’s favorite Amy Carmichael book, Rose From Brier, was written during a time of … Continue reading
Today is March 8th… a date that will not be easily forgotten by this red head. Yes, it’s International Women’s Day, but more important to me — it’s the anniversary of my Papa’s passing two years ago on March 8, … Continue reading
At the end of my 8-day silent retreat in November, Sister Maria McCoy asked me to pick a blessing from a bunch of folded papers in a bowl. Putting my hand in, out came this first blessing … much to … Continue reading