My Pastor Said, “Timing”.

No matter how Broken You Are, No matter how low you feel, No matter how blind you are, I promise The God of Heaven sees you. On the way home I was thinking about when the disciples asked Jesus why a certain man was blind. It was on my mind because of a conversation I …

Stormy Weather

When I was young, maybe 18, I stood on top of a hill in Manchester, MI, and watched a summer storm come in. I stood in the rain and wind until my aunt made me come into the house for threat of lightning. It was thrilling and scary. I felt so small And so ALIVE. …

River

The sunrise was soft this morning, providing a gentle light that didn't hurt the eyes as one drove toward the east. I generally take the road that allows my car to move in curvy swervey patterns since it follows the shoreline of the river. It's a peaceful commute that changes visually with every season and …

Seed time and Harvest, and Patience

When I feel impatient, I picture a person in the middle of a corn field with the stalks half-grown, Only waist high, And the person is Powerless, pouty, and selfish. They are petulantly commanding stalks to grow, To give ears of corn. Because they want corn-on-the-cob, and they want it now. The scenario is ugly. …

You Have Not Lived….

Until you've heard the words, "Mommmmm! Josiah put hair removal creme all over his hair!". Yes. You read that correctly. My ten year old son rubbed, not one, but two applications of hair removal creme into his beautiful sandy brown hair. When his sister got married, she and her bridesmaids were primping and beautifying every …

Snow. In March…

Here we are, March 26th. And it's snowing. I decided to stop by the river and capture something lovely on film to counter my displeasure with this cold weather, for if we want to, we can find something to be thankful for in every circumstance. Peace to you... Leah