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?
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
I think I posted this a couple of years ago but what it says is timeless. I hope it will help those young mothers I know through difficult times trying to bring their kids to church! Take your kids to church. Make the effort. Wake them up early. Fool with the belts and the buckles… Continue reading 03.27.21 Take your kids to church! by Megan Woodham
To my late husband Roy and me, Drew Brees was the best New Orleans Saint's quarterback ever. Words cannot express what his arrival and his presence did for the City of New Orleans and all the cities around after Hurricane Katrina devastated the area. Nothing was "normal" after that and his arrival brought the biggest… Continue reading 03.20.21 Thanks for the memories Drew Brees!
I love it when life goes smoothly and all is well in my little world. Don't we all want that? I'll start today's blog post on a positive note. I just watched my church's Sunday morning Worship Service online. I was blessed by a wonderful message from my pastor, Bro. Avery Dixon and amazing songs… Continue reading 03.17.21 When will it stop!
This is a long one, mostly about things I want to remember. Read on if you'd like! So much is going on my head spins sometimes! My sister, brother-in-law, and I haven't had a visit in a while. They came yesterday bearing gifts in the form of delicious brownies and some very old beautiful plates… Continue reading 03.11.21 Sister Visit, Social Security, Teeth, Vegetable Garden, Vehicles, Precious Lisa, Microwave, Tiny Planter
I didn't think it would hit me so hard when I realized earlier this week that Roy died six months ago today. But it did. It is really hard to accept that he isn't coming back. Our favorite time of year was spring when we would spend most of the day outside working in the… Continue reading 03.04.21 Six months and this week’s fun
I recently learned about a cool place to visit not too very far from here. Chip and I headed out on Tuesday to explore and have a big adventure! Since hiking is not something I long to do or can do to any extent we knew we'd just be enjoying the drive and getting to… Continue reading 02.28.21 Red Bluff in Foxworth, MS and Buddy Before/After
I want to start off by saying I'm not an authority on the things I am going to share. I have been a Southern Baptist all my life so my thoughts come from past experiences. I like to help others understand our beliefs and why we believe what we do. So please read on knowing… Continue reading 02.23.21 All about that Amazing Worship Service
The most amazing things happened yesterday during our Worship Service. I can't write about it yet as I have lots to do outside to take advantage of this beautiful weather, but I will write tonight. Just wanted to let you all know, IT'S COMING!