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Let Go!

Saturday, February 4, 2023

In late February or early March of the year when I was about ten, my dad took me fishing with him. It was cold, rainy, and miserable, which, to my dad, was perfect timing. After we started catching catfish, which my dad described as … Read more

Heavy Burdens Lifted

Saturday, May 28, 2022

On two earlier occasions, my husband and I had stayed at the same hotel after driving to visit relatives. This time, we opted for travelling by train. From the Amtrak station, we rode on the light rail system to a station within a short … Read more

What Are You Doing This Week?

Monday, April 9, 2018

How many of us know couples who always did holidays together or got together for fun nights? Then the unthinkable happens: one of them passes away. We find ourselves feeling awkward when it comes to planning that next holiday or getting … Read more

The Ride

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

I would like to bring greetings from my "sick-bed" to all who know what that is about! Being an old one sometimes robs us of some privileges that we once took for granted. This year, I have been registered with Brantford Lift, the city … Read more

Time Flies

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

It has been quite some time since I sat down and started writing again. I was leafing through my journal and noticed similarities in my thought pattern and entries: March 4, 2015 – It has been a long time since I made myself to take time … Read more

A Widow's Plight

Saturday, June 27, 2015

A friend of my wife lost her husband about three years ago to cancer. She has no children, and her remaining relatives are scattered, some nowhere to be found. So we make it a point to occasionally include her for dinner, especially … Read more

Chariot Wheels

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Recently, I watched an amazing, three-part documentary that makes a case for the discovery of what appears to be ancient chariot wheels at the bottom of the Red Sea. Interestingly, fossilized human and horse remains were also found. … Read more

Great Is The Company

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

The voices of about three thousand college students, including my son and daughter, singing the words to the song, "Lion Of Judah" by Paul Wilbur, is one of the most inspiring anthems of praise I have ever heard. Listening to … Read more

Father's Day

Sunday, June 20, 2010

The year after Dad died, when I walked down the card aisles and saw all the Father's Day cards, I struggled with sadness. Now, many years have passed, but I still choke up from time to time. I miss my … Read more


Sunday, February 7, 2010

When Mr. Tumnus, one of our miniature goats, died, his mother, Lucy, was inconsolable. Within weeks, all excess flesh dropped from her bones. Her coat became dull and dry. Her heart-wrenching cries found no comfort. Her son was gone. She … Read more

Freedom Song

Sunday, February 6, 2005

I can remember visiting a geriatric ward, many years ago, which was full of patients who had suffered severe strokes. Most of them were in wheelchairs, and some of them had no idea where they were. I was just a … Read more

What Does God's Voice Sound Like?

Monday, September 29, 2003

My husband and I took a train trip a while ago, something we both very much enjoy, as trains played such an important part in our youth. My husband grew up in a railroad family. When his father came to … Read more

Where Is God Today?

Thursday, April 27, 2000

One day recently, I was reading the prayer requests on the Daily, when one in particular caught my attention. It started: Where is God today? — I am really struggling with several big problems in my life. I keep praying, … Read more

Life's Little Challenges

Thursday, March 9, 2000

The challenges that we face today are either ones brought on by ourselves or presented by God. The challenges that we bring upon ourselves we have chosen. One I am thinking about arises when we enter into a competition of … Read more

Millennium God

Wednesday, December 29, 1999

At our Sunday fellowship hour, the millennium came up in conversation. One very devoted Christian lady, whom I love dearly, commented: "Maybe Jesus will return at the millennium." My eyebrows reached for the ceiling. "Well," I said, impetuous as usual, … Read more

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