Smooth Sailing

Most likely I am an anomaly. I’ve only been sailing once in my life, and I didn’t like it. I was a teenager at the time, visiting relatives in Canada. We set out on a large salt water lake, in my Uncle’s rather nice, well-kept sailboat. It wasn’t tiny, but it wasn’t real large either … More Smooth Sailing

I Am the Storm

It’s inevitable, if you’ve ever ventured outside in your life, you’ve most likely either seen a storm or have actually been in one. For us, in our line of work, nearly continuous traversing the roads of the USA ensures that we experience storms. Rain storms, thunder storms, wind storms, snow storms, and even blizzards are … More I Am the Storm

I Am Third

Many of you know that my husband pretty much live our lives out on the road. We drive a big rig and we deliver Broadway shows all over the USA. Sometimes, we cook in the truck using a slow cooker and a microwave, but mostly we eat out. We try to eat healthy, and often … More I Am Third

Inspect the City

This feeble mind needs all the help that it can get! So when I read my Bible, I like to do a little research on what I am reading. I love to use study Bibles, and I consult a variety of Bible commentaries. To do so has enriched and expanded my understanding of these treasured … More Inspect the City

Be Still

I wonder if everyone has a similar kind of moment – I was 18 years old and away at College, I was questioning quite a bit of things in my life. What is my purpose? Why am I here? And, while I’ve always had faith, at that time, I still wondered “Is there a God? … More Be Still

Guiding Light

My maternal grandmother lived almost 1,300 miles from my childhood home. Every year she would come and stay with us, usually during part of the summertime and she would stay for months. She established a daily routine around our home, and it involved getting whatever things she wanted to get accomplished early in the day … More Guiding Light

Praise in the Storm

The Old Testament book of Psalms is a rather amazing collection of personal prayers, praise, and songs. This section of the Bible contains 150 such prose written by names both recognizable and unrecognizable to readers. Moses wrote Psalm 90; King David wrote 73 (with an additional three Psalms attributed to his pen); David’s son Solomon … More Praise in the Storm