When Suffering Becomes a Gift

We are handing in the keys to our temporary home tomorrow.  After almost 11 months, this place is no longer needed. The most intense part of my husband's Leukemia treatments are behind us. We spent 3 weeks at our real home this month and returned here this week for Bob's check-up and biopsy.  He's still [...]

An Unexpected Gift

This place so far from home, the one we live in close to the hospital some may call isolation but we call it holy ground. It's a new normal.  A place stripped of most of our possessions but here in the quiet we have found God to be more than enough. His presence is often [...]

Sentimental Journey and the Moments that Count

I've felt sentimental lately. A dear aunt of mine passed away on Thanksgiving. The older I get my aunt's age of 77 doesn't seem that old.  Of course I know that younger (much younger) people or children pass away and the reality is that death is no respecter of age. Either is illness.  My aunt [...]