[Max's struggle is over; God took her Home without the horribleness that brain cancer would have rendered her body. It was my privilege to say these few words at Max's funeral. Only one name is used as I want to protect the family's privacy. My heartfelt appreciation for your prayers over the past ... Read More about MAX’S HOME GOING (my eulogy and memories)
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"TO MARY MARGARET McCASLIN: On how, after weathering a bereavement, one feels abandoned by God; on how God works on our behalf even when we feel He is inactive; and on the necessity of continuing to use the ordinary means of the spiritual life during times of extraordinary need. 2 August ... Read More about Sabbath Keeping – loneliness
Dewena, at Dewena's Window, is a huge fan of Faith Baldwin whom I've never read. FB was a friend of Gladys Taber who is one of my favorites and today, on Miss Baldwin's 128th birthday, Dewena posted a poem. "I have come back to quiet ways; to Things of silent wonder, instinct with ... Read More about Saving Tuppence
Almost two weeks ago, Daniel, a friend from the old farm came to visit and work. An amazing amount was accomplished in the barn, on the farm, in the house, on the driveway. Seriously, I've got three pages of chores/work that's been checked off. While he was here, Katelyn and Christopher were here as ... Read More about 10 Days of WORK!
"Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saints." ~ Psalm 116:15 ~ "Grief is not a disorder, a disease or a sign of weakness. It is an emotional, physical and spiritual necessity, the price you pay for love. The only cure for grief is to grieve." ~ Earl Grollman ... Read More about Sabbath Keeping ~ Grief