It seems to me that there’s a certain age that we reach when we discover music, usually popular music. For me it’s way back to the glory days of Motown, and the start of the Beatles. I would listen to CKLW (the Canadian station, which played all the popular music for those of us who … More Oops, I Did It Again!
My life revolves around Drama. To be more specific, Broadway drama. My husband and I are constantly moving in and out of venues across the USA and Canada to bring spectacular Broadway productions – such as Phantom of the Opera, Wicked, Lion King, Waitress, Les Miserables (my all time favorite), Color Purple, King and I, … More Drama, Drama, Drama!
The longer I walk on earth, the more that I begin to understand that almost everything has a source. Everything starts someplace or at some point in time. Finding the source of things fascinates some of us. Humankind has entered into quests, exploration, and adventures to find the source of their fascination. It’s in our … More The Source
I once was acquainted with someone who when they were a child their conscience was firmly planted in the realm of right and wrong. This person told me stories about their childhood transgressions. They once stole a pack of bubble gum from a store, they felt so bad that before they could go to sleep … More Hard Hearted
My father was an extremely hard-working man who loved his family with all that he had. He honored his parents. He took pride in his work and his home. And, he was always working around our home when I was a child. Whenever I would come outside in the summertime, I would always find my … More I’m Building a House
Here in the USA we are celebrating Memorial Day weekend. I for one am very thankful and grateful for the sacrifices that our military members, and their families, make for our freedom. God Bless you all! Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends. (John 15:13, ESV)
Many of you know that my husband and I drive a big rig all over the USA delivering Broadway shows into venues. Often we do what is “driving team,” that is we need to get a show into a venue quickly. Sunday evening we were one of the many trucks who pulled into the Hobby … More Grace Flavored Snowcones
I’ve mentioned in the past that I am not a patient person, in fact, I don’t know anyone who would ever use the word patient to describe me. I wield a mighty list, and I like to check items off of said list. That said, at times, it’s best not to get in my way! I … More Commit Your Way
A picture of the winter landscape looms in my mind – the dead barren land stretches out for miles. Grass that was once supple, crumples over, withered and devoid of nutrients. Farm fields lay dormant with row after row of the remanants of their last crop standing as harshly cut stubble sticking up from the … More Revive
I am following up today in the Old Testament Book of Micah. That famous prophet who spoke one of the most popular Bible quotes: “He has told you, O man, what is good; and what does the LORD require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your … More I Will Rise
I remember sitting in a Bible study class at a small Mennonite church in northern Michigan, during the late spring of 2001, almost 17 years ago. It was a small mixed group of adults, maybe eight total. The Bible study leader began to teach, and his teaching centered around the Bible verse Micah 6:8. You … More Do Justice, Love Mercy, Walk Humbly
“Nate, put your toys away,” I said to my almost three year old son. As with most toddlers he didn’t have any problem taking out a toy from his toy box, playing with it for a moment or two, throwing it aside, and pulling another toy out of the top box to repeat the process. … More You Don’t Gotta Tell Me Two Times!