If you track you life, can you see the hands of God guiding your steps to the very threshold where you currently are in life?
The first day of the rest of your life… .
Earlier: Teachers, now Airports. Except for the flight here to DC, the last time I was in an airport was when I was trying to get home to Archie. I was reading the FB post about that night God gave me an empty airport for Him to get my attention. I thought I’d share it with you along with my thoughts about the airport today: Continue reading “End of an Adventure Reflection”
Teaching! What fun! You never know the spectrum of experience in the room or the struggles/baggage that each student walks in with, unseen to the naked eye. But I watch for it….. 🙂
Night before last my throat was killing me. I was tired but could not rest, due to the pain. I tried gargling and cough drops but those didn’t even make a dent in the discomfort.
Time for coffee. Bingo! Continue reading “Bats, Toddlers, and Fears”
Interesting read. The nugget for the day went something like: We should not judge God by what we have experienced, but our experiences by what we know about God through the Bible. Continue reading “Vanilla Ice Cream”
Four o’clock in the morning and a dream I cannot even remember wakes me like a sunrise reveille. “I’m up! I’m Up! …wait…why am I up?”
Friday at work I had two nuggets: Focus on What You HAVE and Turn Calamities in Opportunities. These were quoted to me from someone at Heartfelt from programs or books they were listening to, but they stuck. Continue reading “Nuggets from a Drive-In”
When you actually read this, I should be asking you,”How was your Father’s Day?” In “real time,” mine starts in 22 minutes… .
Two days and counting. Father’s Day. Yesterday I wrote of making plans to lean into the grief. I have failed miserably up til now, so this time I’m on a mission.