Tag: love

When There IS Love

And there is love…

National Pie Day and Southern Hospitality… Serving all ‘Nine Kinds of Pies’

One of my favorites restaurants in Texas will be celebrating National Pie Day today. It is always a huge celebration and people wait for hours just to be a part of it. They celebrate by giving away a slice of pie to each patron.… Continue Reading “National Pie Day and Southern Hospitality… Serving all ‘Nine Kinds of Pies’”

The Day Off

Photo credit goes to my daughter I recently heard a speaker talk about the importance of taking a day off. As he spoke, I thought, hey, I’m all in! I am one of those people that consistently thinks about what to do next, you… Continue Reading “The Day Off”

Take My Hand

The healing value of hands… When my children were little, I would tell them to hold my hand. I did that primarily when we were crossing a street, in a busy place and I wanted to keep them nearby, and when I wanted to… Continue Reading “Take My Hand”

For A Reason, For A Season

They say…that friends come into our lives for a season and for a reason. I know this sounds cliche’ but this is one of life’s true and universal statements. It’s also true that many people come into our lives for a purpose. Maybe it’s… Continue Reading “For A Reason, For A Season”

Don’t Let It Slip Away…

Don’t let it slip away. LIVE A LIFE YOU WILL REMEMBER …and one where you are making memories with those in your ‘circle, your tribe’…for one day, you’ll leave this world behind… Cherish your day and all those in it. And, when it’s over…say… Continue Reading “Don’t Let It Slip Away…”

“After SILENCE, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.” –Aldous Huxley

Ah yes, MUSIC… Music soothes my soul and speaks my words when I cannot speak them. There is a song that has been on my heart and it speaks what is on my soul these last few days. It’s John Denver’s Rhymes and Reasons…He… Continue Reading ““After SILENCE, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.” –Aldous Huxley”

Oh, It’s a Beautiful Day in the ‘Neighborhood’

The day here today reminds me of Mister Rogers television show where he sings that song, “It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood, the neighborhood, it’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood, won’t you be mine, won’t you be my neighbor.” If you are… Continue Reading “Oh, It’s a Beautiful Day in the ‘Neighborhood’”

The House Has Gone Still…

The laughter and the voices are now gone…only existing in the shadows and memories of yesterdays’ gatherings, as silence once again flows through our home. The last of the family have headed home or moved on to the rest of their trip and have… Continue Reading “The House Has Gone Still…”

What’s Her ‘Story’?

Brene’ Brown, researcher, storyteller, and fellow Texan says: “You will walk inside your story and own it or you will stand outside of it and hustle for your worthiness.” No one should ever feel as if they are not worthy of the life they… Continue Reading “What’s Her ‘Story’?”

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