Ms Debbie there’s dirt on your face Ash Wednesday was explained to some happily by me went to a church not my church but aren’t we all the church so what does it matter except some…well don’t don’t do and don’t do but today I did go with my friend and receive the ashes dust … More dirt
March. It’s snowing. March third and it’s snowing. My world outside is white. I bought some flowers today, which is now my habit. When I go to the grocery store, I purchase fresh flowers. I generally spend $3.99 and my pick of the week varies. Some people like to treat themselves to coffee. Some like … More all the colors
I think if I asked my daughter what her favorite place in her hometown is, she’d answer: Woodland Park Or at least I’m fairly certain it’s one of her favorite places in Lexington. I took a walk yesterday. Unplanned. Sitting in a coffee shop, working. I looked outside and realized it was a beautiful day. … More park(s)
It’s yet another snow day. Or at least snow morning. I look forward to this evening’s Ash Wednesday service at my church for many reasons, but I will admit one is simply to be out and about amongst people. Another reason is I like the season today ushers in. Easter is coming. Spring will finally … More wednesday
Ash Wednesday. First day of Lent. Reminder that we’re dying. I am ashes and dust. But Resurrection Day is coming. Meantime, though. What to do in between? Give something up? Sacrifice? Confess? The word I hear….. [release]. And I answer back, [I already have]. So much. People and things. Dreams. Aspirations. Even hopes. But it … More release
This is just a chapter. Not the entirety of the rest of the story. In other words, a season, not a lifetime. Though not especially original, I came up with the above during one of those days when my mind thinks: I went to college for this? Is it really going to snow again on … More not the end
Why do we frequently ask people, in December: Are you ready for Christmas? Yes, obviously, we ask for a few reasons. We genuinely want to know.We’re making conversation.Etc. Yet I’m curious why we don’t ask the same questions in regard to Easter. Are you ready for Easter? I realize we don’t put the same effort … More are you ready?