The stressful onslaught never seems to end. Someone’s holiday’s plan offends another. Failure of others to social distance or wear a mask increase nervousness. Uncertainty increases thus threatening future security. Need I continue? And this might just be the small stuff. Continue reading “Higher vision”
It is time to admit that some plants are just too aggressive and invasive to be planted with the rest of the better-behaved beauties in the garden.
Take mint, for instance. Really, take it! I have a ton! I have much less now than when I naively planted it in the nicest bed in the front of the house. It quickly overtook the whole bed, and it took years to fully remove it. It now lives in a pot. Or take showy primrose, or violets, or erigeron, or verbena rigida.
The worst offender is the bane of my existence as a gardener — the dreaded Bermuda grass. Continue reading “Compartmentalizing”
by Paula Harrington Snow and ice have a way of altering your schedule and keeping you stranded, and last week took every opportunity to prove that. After several days of winter weather, we found ourselves out of school and snowed … Continue reading Snowed under?
God makes our lives doable. Continue reading Pending
God is here, right now. Continue reading Right now
Through the darkness, comes the light. Continue reading What do I know?
Have we been revived by God? Continue reading Living water
We can learn to handle the stresses of life. Continue reading Freedom from worry (2)
Stress can kill us if we do not control it. Continue reading Do not be afraid
We can lose perspective when we get stressed. Continue reading More priceless than a pizza