Monthly Archives: November 2015

“Slow Me Down Lord”

Dear Reader: Yesterday at church a prayer was given following the ¬†‘Joys and Concerns’¬†portion of the service. I found myself ¬†listening tentatively because I remembered hearing that prayer/poem somewhere before. It was exactly what I needed to hear at that … Continue reading

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Sights and Smells of Fading Fall…

Dear Reader: It was such a beautiful day yesterday that I decided to open the doors of my bedroom (wide-open) that lead onto the deck. The sunlight came filtering through the door slants… filling the bedroom with warm rays of … Continue reading

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A Morning Cup of Tea Filled with Blessings

Dear Reader: I have never been much of a hot tea, coffee, even hot cocoa drinker…I just prefer cold drinks as a whole. But my “Dolphin Lady” Linda Karges Bone convinced me of the importance of drinking hot green tea … Continue reading

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For the Beauty of the Earth

Dear Reader: Yesterday…after a long “Fall’s” nap, my stomach filled with delicious left-overs, I “moseyed” outside. The neighborhood was eerily quiet. Everyone, apparently, had left to go elsewhere for Thanksgiving dinner. I grabbed my Iphone and simply began strolling around…enjoying … Continue reading

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Blessings Be on This Home

Dear Reader: When I watch young couples (on HGTV) trying to decide on their first home…I find myself sometimes yelling at the television…”Take Number 2….because it has a porch…believe me…you need a porch!” When we moved from Briarwood to Miler … Continue reading

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Why Lowcountry Thanksgivings are Unique…

Dear Reader: Certainly one of the most unusual experiences about a lowcountry Thanksgiving is the diverse variety of spring, summer, fall, and winter plants all blooming at the same time! I moved my two natural poinsettias from the thick adjacent … Continue reading

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The Days of Thorns and Roses

Dear Reader: The symbol of a rose….how many fairy tales, legends, and myths all begin with this beautiful symbol? (Today the symbol lives on in “reality” shows…with The Bachelor and The Bachelorette.) You might have observed from the photo (above) … Continue reading

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