As many of you are aware, Ellen and I just returned from a trip to Egypt. In many ways it was absolutely fabulous. Seeing things […]
How SAD! Seasonal Affective Disorder and Self Care
When the days get shorter, I am reminded that the effects of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) aren’t far […]
At the most recent session meeting, Paula Hoglund and Elaine Presby presented a recommendation from the deacons on becoming a More Light Presbyterian Church. More […]
I received a calendar reminder early this morning informing me Thanksgiving is one week away. I’ve got to tell you, I had the same reaction […]
About two weeks ago a cute gift/food store, Sapphire Moon Chocolates, opened just north of Northland Mall. It describes itself as “A 1920’s themed shop […]
I love Halloween.
Christmas and Easter are beautiful, meaningful celebrations in the Christian tradition. However, Halloween is probably my favorite holiday.
I’m not going to go into […]
I try to mix up the topics in my blog posts. This one – not so serious, but made me smile.
On Facebook I get a […]
The picture with this post is of a three-year-old girl named Isheja. She is as bright, beautiful and energetic of little girl you would hope […]
October is National Disability month. In 1988 the United States Congress made the declaration to raise awareness of the needs and contributions of individuals with […]
(Full disclosure – the thoughts expressed here in part came from an article written by Stephen Mattison in Sojourners Magazine.)