2022 felt like a whirlwind. Slowing down was in order if we were to enjoy the Christmas season. Getting sick with pneumonia, an upper respiratory tract infection, out of control diabetes, kidney problems, dehydration, and low blood pressure weren't my first choice for causing me to slow down but it sure did that! Our Senior… Continue reading 01.15.23 This Christmas season 2022
Author: Rosalyn McDaniel
01.04.23 I can’t wait….
I can’t wait…I can't wait until he is well and conscious…I can't wait until he hears the stories… The stories of how an amazing first responder team resurrected his failed heartbeat while millions held their breath… How grown men wept in horror at what they had seen, then dropped to their knees beseeching God to… Continue reading 01.04.23 I can’t wait….
12.26.22 Through the fall in the garden, He knew
I planned to share this before Christmas but life got in the way! Life didn't get in the way of God sending his son down to earth in human form. This applies to all of life, not just Christmas, so here it is! Through the fall in the garden, He knew. Through the flood, He… Continue reading 12.26.22 Through the fall in the garden, He knew
12.22.22 No one had room
Kelli Bachara's writing has touched my heart. While I'd like to share everything she writes with ya'll I choose one every now and then to share. At the bottom is a link to her Facebook page where you can click "Follow" and each time she writes something new you will see it on your Facebook… Continue reading 12.22.22 No one had room
12.20.22 Mr. Bingle in New Orleans
Originally published on Monday, December 21, 2015 - For those of us who grew up in New Orleans and are now in our 50s, 60s and 70s, Mr. Bingle was a large part of our New Orleans Christmas. This amazing little guy is making a comeback and today's children are learning about him and he… Continue reading 12.20.22 Mr. Bingle in New Orleans
12.14.22 Why a Manger?
Perhaps it wasn’t just a coincidence that Jesus was born in a manger. It’s not like He didn’t know the Inn would be full. But, why a manger? Perhaps… it’s because a manger isn’t intimidating. It’s humble. So, so very humble. A manger, unlike a King’s palace or a King’s throne, is accessible to anyone.… Continue reading 12.14.22 Why a Manger?
12.09.22 The Cajun Twelve Days of Christmas, by Tee Jules
On dem first day of Christmas, my true love she gave to me:A crawfish in a fig tree. Tee Jules (Jules d'Hemecourt IV) recites his "Cajun 12 days of Christmas". Mr d'Hemecourt passed away on 02.12.2008. In His memory, I post this for people near and far to hear. His Cajun accent may be hard… Continue reading 12.09.22 The Cajun Twelve Days of Christmas, by Tee Jules
12.08.22 936 weeks…
This wonderful piece is for all my young mom friends ranging from moms with newborns to moms reaching that 936 week mark when their “child” becomes an adult at 18! You know who you are! Anyone can read it though, and learn. Those 936 weeks is your time to pour into them how much… Continue reading 12.08.22 936 weeks…
12.03.22 They called Him “Immanuel” because he is actually with Us!
They Called Him “Immanuel”, because He is actually with Us. He’s with us… Right here. It’s not like Jesus is “just a phone call away” like our friends and family may be. He doesn’t need to hop in his car. We don’t need to catch Him at a good time, or make sure it’s not… Continue reading 12.03.22 They called Him “Immanuel” because he is actually with Us!
10.17.22 A Friendly Reminder to all the Husbands out there……
This rang so true to me from back when there were three men living at our home. It took years but they all finally got it! It is absolutely worth sharing with every man you know! Enjoy! A friendly reminder to all the husbands out there as we enter the fall and winter seasons…these are… Continue reading 10.17.22 A Friendly Reminder to all the Husbands out there……