Monthly Archives: March 2019

To Be Home Again…

Dear Reader: Summerville has turned into a beautiful fairy land of flowers and colors of every kind imaginable. These days when I turn into my neighborhood…heading to 100 Rainbow Road…I give a silent prayer of thanks for being alive and … Continue reading

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The Gift of Reading

Dear Reader: I decided yesterday afternoon to switch some birdhouses around…I felt like the “Little Chapel in the Woods” bird feeder needed to look like it was in the woods. By moving it from the front window to the side … Continue reading

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Am I Growing As Well As My Garden?

Dear Reader: Yesterday I was having a little bit of a “pouty” party…I have been scared to hardly walk through my garden for the frustration of not being able to work in it like I love…so many pine cones still … Continue reading

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Cloudy, Chilly…Nonetheless Spring Arrived!

Dear Reader: I had to go get “Pinkie” (my faithful old pink robe) from off the back of my bedroom door to write the blog yesterday…it is the first day of spring and downright cold for us low country residents. … Continue reading

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Out of Adversity Comes Advocacy

Dear Reader: I was just thinking the other day that when we all face different adversities along our path through life we are also given the opportunity to dig a little deeper inside ourselves to find the healing grace we … Continue reading

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“Let the Beauty of What You Love Be What You Do”

Dear Reader: When I read the title quote for today’s blog (Rumi) I knew this is what I wanted to address today… because every day when I wake up I have the opportunity to discover something new and exciting. For … Continue reading

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Respecting Personal Space with God Within Us

Dear Reader: With so much personal family going-on’s around St. Patrick’s Day I didn’t really have time to talk much about St. Patrick himself this year. Yesterday my pastor, Jeff Kackley, decided to do some research himself on the life … Continue reading

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