Recently, an old friend had come to visit me, and just like a little kid, I was so excited to show this person all of the animals on the farm.
I saw a very intriguing image while recently taking my evening scroll through the internet Monday night.
Last January, I made the mistake of trying to walk my 60-pound husky (Stormy) and my 70-pound husky (Loki) at the same time. They pulled me over on the driveway and I heard my wrist crunch. I had a jagged crack through the thickest part of my radius, and my shoulder strained in a way that hurt even worse.
I recently had a chance to hear from Joyce Corya.
The Community Foundation of Jackson County and Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service will serve up an economic forecast at the 19th annual Farmers Breakfast.
We have a lot of what I would call filler words and phrases in the English language.–
Last year, one of my dearest friends, Voudie Phillips, shared with me a gift uniquely created for her by her cousin, Diane, which in essence changed me and the way I bless people using all of the little scraps, cutouts and card making yard sale finds I have stuffed in zippy bags, baskets and hat boxes.
Forward motion comes from looking forward.
Every year at this time of the year, photos start popping up on my Facebook newsfeed, photos of people with short-sleeved shirts and shorts on, displaying sun-kissed cheeks and broad smiles.
We are focusing on a few “one-thing” questions that will help us get tuned in on what God wants for us in this new year.