Monthly Archives: April 2019

The “Saturdays” of Life…Between Life and Death

Dear Reader: *Before I start today’s post Doodle texted me last night and asked if I had seen¬†B.C. in Sunday’s comic strip. I had not. She told me it would have made the perfect title photo for the connection between … Continue reading

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Easter: At the Heart of it All…The Manger and the Cross

Dear Reader: As one walks through downtown Summerville…some decorative street flags have the name of the town on them and others say: “At the heart of it all”…in other words you are right where it all began…the first “downtown” that … Continue reading

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An Eerie “Good Friday”

Dear Reader: Yesterday morning I awoke to the sound of wind and rain…the rain didn’t bother me (we need it)…but the strong winds sure did. Ever since Hurricane Hugo I admit that strong winds make me edgy. I dressed and … Continue reading

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“Remarkable” Remarks

Dear Reader: As you know I love quotes and new words….language fascinates me. Since I taught the Presidents I researched not only Presidential inaugural addresses for the perfect quote…but also fun quotes that made them human…showing their wit and humor. … Continue reading

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More Important than “Who Am I” is the Question “Who Am I Not”?

Dear Reader: We have talked about the stress we feel when people reassure us to “Just be yourself” in a challenging situation. Growing up I always wondered how we could be ourselves if we didn’t know who ourselves were? It … Continue reading

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“Big Stuff? God’s Got This!”

( DaySpring Company…sent to me by Susan Johnson and the Presbyterian Women….thank you! Love it!) Dear Reader: Don’t we all have those times when life just seems to be too much- period? As hard as we try to stay afloat … Continue reading

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“Believe in Your Shelf”

  Dear Reader: I love this mantra for our new independent indie bookstore in town (Main Street Reads)…located on 115 Main Street….right down from Eva’s Restaurant.”Believe in Your Shelf.”¬†Reading accomplishes that very thing… it provides a sense of belief that … Continue reading

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