Monthly Archives: June 2013

Commitment to A Year of Learning

When I chose the word Commitment as my focus word for this year, I began to learn just how much that one word would have an impact on my life. I agreed to teach a roomful of 4 and 5 … Continue reading

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A Squirrel, a Jay and a Nut

The summer day was hot and David decided to stay cool on the front porch. Close by was a tall glass of sweetened iced tea and his camera. Let’s just say when David has that camera, he is considered armed and dangerous. … Continue reading

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Lois Torres: Woman of God

In memory of Lois: wife, mother, grandmother, friend, teacher, prayer warrior…Woman of God! For years … She stood at her classroom door and greeted the children as they entered for Bible study. She stood at the sanctuary door and greeted … Continue reading

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Grandma’s Box

My second great grandmother, Adeline Hinson Driskell kept her letters and important papers in a treasured wooden box. It was only twelve inches long, six inches wide and eight inches deep. The lid was attached with leather hinges. When she … Continue reading

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Keeper or Tosser?

I recently read a journal prompt: keeper or tosser? Ha! That’s an easy answer for me. It requires no thought. Immediately my fingers began to type. I am soooooo a keeper! In fact, after David and I were married, we visited his parents … Continue reading

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