Technology is amazing. With our phones we carry maps, Bibles, internet access, news reports in an instant, thousands of songs and videos, thousands of picture to place on social media outlets, teaching and preaching series, watch TV and movies, keep a datebook, have phonebooks, entire library collections, calculators, and of course, candy crush (or whatever… Continue reading Adjusting to the Technologically Challenged (or, this is for my mother)
Two solitary souls met each other, and made each other's life better. It happened over 15 years ago. And not everyone was happy it happened. My mother, who was a widow for about a decade, finally retired, moved from Delaware, and took up residence in The Chesapeake (an excellent retirement village in Newport News). Her… Continue reading Two solitary souls met each other, and made each other’s life better.
So yesterday I wrote on spending time with people. And I did ... over turkey and fixin’s and desserts ... go ahead and loosen the belt people. I’m not the only one. And today, besides exercising to shed those calories I took in, I will be spending time with a very important person in my… Continue reading A picture is worth a thousand words