The Colander

I am about to tell off on myself. Risky. But here goes. Cooked pasta drained in a colander.  Have you ever noticed the starch left behind takes a little more pressure to clean than some other residues? I noticed. Profoundly so today. Water was hot and sudsy and I was set on moving quickly. Colander …

Or More

I'm considering people today.  They are amazing, you know. Just think about someone you know; a family member perhaps. What they like; what they don't; what they are good at; what just turns their stomach. Like, some just adore babies, anybody's baby; just get a baby within sight and they are drawn to that little …

Little g

May the God of hope. And right there I stopped as I was reading Romans 15:13 to open my New Post window because I had to write to us.  God of hope.  He is the only God in whom is hope. He is the only God period. But you and I have lived long enough …

Blot and Spots Continued

So did you mull it over? The Blot, I mean. Is there a one dark blot that leads to the many other spots Charlotte Elliot lyric-ed about? If you missed that post, click HERE to read it. I think there is. And do you know what I think it is? Unbelief. Yeah. Unbelief. I think, unbelief …

Something Funny

Time to visit The Loft. And this week's challenge is Something Funny. I say challenge because I do not consider myself to be funny; not that I have not on more than a few occasions given a few folks a good laugh. 🙂     Even the HOLY SPIRIT told me one day that I needed to …

Blot and Spots

Today I have again been appreciating the theology of songs.  In particular, Just as I am. Written by Charlotte Elliot who was born in 1789; lived 79 years (1871) and I am confident when she breathed her last here went straight to JESUS. The song consists of 6 stanzas. (source) 1. Just as I am, …

Thursday

Inspiration is not coming easily. This woman of words is not so wordy these days. Perhaps it won't be long. I miss writing. How about some pics?  Radishes on the stem tasted so good this Summer.  Lemons in a bowl from a friend. I just like the way they look. So much so I framed …