My eyes slowly focused on the alarm clock on my bedside table. 3:46AM. As my eyes began to close, a small voice whispered, “Now. You have to go to Walmart now.” “No.” I shut my eyes and rolled over away … Continue reading
It was no one’s fault, really. My cousin didn’t know Cam had a severe peanut allergy, otherwise she wouldn’t have made puppy chow to bring and share at our family gathering. And my grandma, like me, didn’t realize that there … Continue reading
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It’s that time again! Time to talk about what is quite possibly my favorite project, every year. Christmas at the orphanage!!
Christmas has been my favorite holiday for as long as I can remember. As I was reflecting on what we could do for the orphanage this year (our fourth year in a row to do this with Casa Hogar Canaan), I had an idea. Part of what brought this project about 4 yrs ago was the realization that this wonderful holiday doesn’t necessarily hold wonderful memories for so many children. Especially children who have been through some of the heart-wrenching things that these kids have been through. I would like to change that. So instead of flooding their space with a bunch of STUFF, I would like to give them some really fun memories.
The logistics are still being worked out. But here is my idea. Right now, Casa…
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I had a personal rule that I’ve kept for the majority of my adult life: don’t sell stuff. It’s that simple. For one, it’s not a dependable source of income. And for two, you annoy everyone else around you. (I … Continue reading
So many from my generation are running as fast and as far away from church as they can… believers and non-believers alike. And really, who can blame them? With images of hate like Westboro Baptist Church, who would want to … Continue reading
TODAY IS MY MOVING DAY, Y’ALL!!!! WooHooooo! (In case you’re wondering, I’ve written this way in advance and scheduled it for publishing… which is actually what I do with all of my blog posts. Obviously, I don’t have time to … Continue reading
When I lived in a tiny rent house, I had to reconsider every possible storage solution to maximize our tiny space. One thing I learned then was to use a tension rod to hold my cleaning supplies. This allows you … Continue reading
My Pappaw, Bob Willeford, was many things: wonderful, kindhearted, firm in his faith. He was also hilarious. He once told me, “I don’t have any enemies. I outlived them all.” There was one story in particular that he told me … Continue reading
This is Suquay. Let me tell you her story. Nine years ago, when I was in college, I randomly woke up one morning with the burning desire to own a Siamese kitten. So I picked up the phone book … Continue reading