A year after the 2020 pandemic, we have learned many things. Patience, solitude, resting, minimizing, and how to have fun again. Let's face it, our usual daily grind is busy - too busy. It took a world pandemic to slow us down. To make us look at what's important, and...
The reason why it works so well, for Jason and I and his mom living together is, we are pretty much all alike. We all three need our alone time, yet we also all three need a little people time, too. Of course Jason doesn’t like to admit that he
My husband and I have been practicing minimalism in our daily lives by throwing out things we have kept which only take up space, or no longer bring us joy. We have also done this with our eating lifestyle. Minimalism is a good thing, because it helps us enjoy our
Never have I remembered when everything seemed to be orchestrated so well as the last eight months. It is true, I got busy or lazy when keeping up my website, so I have a lot of catching up to do - so much that it is probably impossible, so I
The year 2020 is already being dubbed as "the lost year" and we are only in May; but as we are beginning to re-open partially, we still have long way to go in recovering any normalcy of our lives. The good thing is, we are in this together. It's not
My Mama loved singing, “In the Garden” because she loved the intimate moments with the Lord. I love them too. From the morning sunrises, the fluttering butterflies, the birds who visit… and being in His word, praying in the prayer room – a special place.
As I delight in the Love
Ah Autumn! The leaves are changing and inspiring us to make changes. As we tuck our summer activities to bed, and we await cooler weather, we anticipate sweater season, boot season, and all the upcoming holidays. It is a time we also begin assessing or goals and dreams. How well
Last year, I dealt with something somewhat hurtful and I felt like there was nothing I could do, but give it to the Lord. I couldn’t fix it with kindness, I couldn’t fix it with advice. I just had to leave it in God’s hands and trust. Even for the