There was quite a spread served-up today at the weekly Wednesday lunch (as usual) and thankfully a handful of people walked in right at noon, helping to keep the Hastings Senior Citizen's Center open. Six bucks is all it costs to have a home-cooked meal, including dessert and an ice tea or ice water. The … Continue reading The HSCC
Tonight I was standing in front of my parent's house in Hastings watching the sun set at the end of their street, which I thought was pretty neat!
Best I can figure, I am a Cathodist Misallievangelical with close ties to the Baptist's. However, I am mostly Catholic, then Methodist. The other two churches I elected to become a member of, I did so during my seeking years. I spent a few looking for a place where I would feel that I "fit … Continue reading If you really want to know… I’m a Cathodist
My dad and I shared some laughs today when I started to ask what a hoe looked like. "Here it is," I hollered upon seeing it, just as the image of what I was looking for came to me. I hurried over to the garden where he was waiting to show me where to plant … Continue reading The Garden Gym
As I am not a huge fan of organized religion, my immediate reaction this morning upon hearing of the "Bible Quest Worship & Drama" schedule for the week at my parent's church was, I hope my parents won't want to come to this every night. Church every night, oh, that just seemed like a lot. Ten … Continue reading The Revival in Waurika
Two days ago, my mom's peach tree and plum tree were both just starting to bud, and today they are full of flowers. I love the colors, as do the bees that were buzzing around the trees. I hope I get to see the next stage of growth, and that it's not thwarted … Continue reading Fruity Weather – Please don’t Freeze on the Trees
Hola, Hello, Hi, from Oklahoma where the air is dry, and sixty-five degrees and sunny seems like the perfect day. That's how it was the day after I arrived. On Wednesday, however, when I flew in, it was in the 30's, and I sure was thankful that I opted on bringing along the extra layer … Continue reading Hola from Oklahoma!
On this day a decade ago, Dave got to wake up at home for the first time in 9 days. He had finally been released from the hospital on March 1st. How appropriate it was, then, that on this day, Dave and I went out for the first time, just the two of us, on … Continue reading Love and Fear