Standing in front of the mirror looking into my aging eyes I warned my reflection she was going to die. You might think I’m crazy if I tell you how liberating it was for me when I accepted that message.
This isn’t how I thought grandparenting would be. My grandmothers and my mom did it so well. My own grand-mothering started out to be much like theirs, but chronic pain soon changed my course. For a few years I was able to help care for my grandchildren as I thought grandmas should. Read more: https://kathysheldondavis.com/2019/05/30/im-not-the-grandma-i-thought-i-would-be-philippians-4-12-13/
If you want to be pulled aside by security in an airport, put a sock filled with flax seeds in your luggage. I didn't expect such a thing to be so interesting to TSA, but it was, raising eyebrows both times it passed under their scanners. Why the sock? Well, my therapist told me using … Continue reading Traveling with a Sock Full of Seeds / Excess Baggage – Hebrews 7:25
I will fear no evil, for you are with me.
It's satisfying to reach a goal, like when I showed sample pages of my manuscript to my dream editor - and he asked to see more. Or when my publisher offered me a devotional contract. It was also rewarding to pose with dozens of other finalists for the Oregon Christian Writers Cascade award, though I … Continue reading The Best Reason to Rejoice – Luke 10:17-20