A Quote That Stuck With Me

I don’t read a lot of fiction, but when a book is recommended to me by someone I love (my daughter), I make an exception.  And although this story is fiction, the spirituality woven through it rings truth.  The book is ‘Where the Crawdads Sing,’ by Delia Owens and if you haven’t read it, IContinue reading “A Quote That Stuck With Me”

How do you know when you have forgiven?

There has been a load that I have been carrying for three years.  I’ve referenced it in some previous posts, although my messages have been somewhat cryptic.  I was badly hurt, really betrayed by someone who I worked for and thought very highly of, and considered a friend.  It was one of the most painfulContinue reading “How do you know when you have forgiven?”

Mother’s Day: A Tribute to Moms

This is my first Mother’s Day without my mom.  It is a bittersweet day for me, because I’m sad that she is no longer within reach, so to speak, but I’m so grateful for the many years we shared together. There are a few things that I have realized about moms throughout the years: Yes,Continue reading “Mother’s Day: A Tribute to Moms”