Granny’s Psalms and Chocolate

August 7th 2015 No comments yet  

music roseMy granny loved to sing, even though she couldn’t carry a tune in a hand-held basket. Yet, even at four years old, I remember looking up at her and knowing that every word and note coming out of her mouth was heartfelt. She was not a person who just went through the motions. Although her hair was white by the time I came into the world, her red-haired personality was still fierce. Granny saw world wars come and go, farmed to keep her family and neighbors fed when hunger struck …

Night Fears

July 10th 2015 No comments yet  

sleepingchildMy children are getting bigger each day, and each day I can see the reflection of God’s love for me through parenthood. They rely on me to be a source of strength and comfort for them—providing for their basic needs and soothing their emotions. Oftentimes I don’t have a clue about what I am doing, but I have come to realize that as I learn to become a better parent, I become a better person and a better child to God.

Sleep training, strangely enough, has a huge parallel with my relationship with …

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