Hold My Hand

Hold My Hand

The other day I picked up Barrett from school to go with me to get my flu shot.  He already got his flu shot at school, so he knew how it felt.  As Kerry got the injection ready, I sat in the chair while Barrett sat beside me.  In a minute, Barrett reached over and...
Everything You Got

Everything You Got

Yesterday our pastor, Bryan Fink, preached a sermon he entitled SECOND PLACE.  It reminded me of when Jay would tell the girls they were winners and that second place was the 1st place loser.  Much of the same things that Bryan led the sermon with was what Jay use to...
Stand By You

Stand By You

Last weekend I was traveling here and there and while I drive, I love to listen to either a podcast, a book, or I sing very loud to my music.  One of my favorite artists is Rachel Platten.  The first song of hers that I listened to over and over was Fight Song.  Then...
Rebuild the Temple

Rebuild the Temple

Sweets, my downfall!  I grew up with comfort food.  We had three meals a day that consisted of good ole southern, something fried, greasy, and good.  We always had dessert.  When I got home from school, there was always something sweet to eat.  Therefore in my...
Threads Are Sewn

Threads Are Sewn

When I went to visit Anna, I saw all her blankies in her bed.  All my girls and grandkids have blankies; I even have a blankie.  My mother made out of nylon tricot.  She loved to make them.  She would make them in all different colors, with the trim being a different...
A Delete Party

A Delete Party

A DELETE PARTY It is easy to delete on our phones, on our computers, on an email, or on a text.  Many go on Facebook and say, “I am making my friend list smaller if you want to remain on my friend list, please comment.” Saying if you don’t comment, I...