Daily Readings for Tuesday, March 31st

Meditation for the Day Each day is a day of progress, steady progress forward, if you make it so. You may not see it, but God does. God does not judge by outward appearance. He judges by the heart. Let Him see in your heart a simple desire always to do His will. Though youContinue reading “Daily Readings for Tuesday, March 31st”

Rambling Thoughts on the All of It….

I normally write in my journal each night before I go to sleep, but I thought that tonight, I’d share my thoughts with those of you who read my blog. Overall, today has been a good day. I had a video conference with members of my fourth grade homeroom and that worked like a charm.Continue reading “Rambling Thoughts on the All of It….”

Word (actually phrase) of the Day for Monday, March 30th: “Hunker Down”

Hunker down Q From W Walker: When Hurricane Floyd was threatening the American east coast, every weatherman seemed to use the phrase hunker down. Do you have any idea where this word and phrase came from? A It sounds like the most typically American of phrases, but it seems originally to have been Scots, first recorded in theContinue reading “Word (actually phrase) of the Day for Monday, March 30th: “Hunker Down””

Daily Readings for Monday, March 30th

Meditation for the Day Be calm, be true, be quiet. Do not get emotionally upset by anything that happens around you. Feel a deep, inner security in the goodness and purpose in the universe. Be true to your highest ideals. Do not let yourself slip back into the old ways of reacting. Stick to yourContinue reading “Daily Readings for Monday, March 30th”

A shared reading: 7 Surprising Ways COVID-19 Is Changing the Way You Think

If you are like most people, the COVID-19 virus has you stressed out, even if you are not sick. You may feel tired, worried, apathetic, anxious, frustrated, depressed, or afraid. You may even be angry or disgusted because you think some people aren’t taking the pandemic seriously enough, while others are being overzealous and unnecessarily panicked. You might believe that theContinue reading “A shared reading: 7 Surprising Ways COVID-19 Is Changing the Way You Think”

My Photography – “Lonestar”

It had been over two weeks since I’d taken my last pictures. Those pictures were for the local newspaper right before the beginnings of social distancing. This morning I noticed a lone flower that had bloomed in the back yard, so I thought it would be a subject for a picture. And here it is.Continue reading “My Photography – “Lonestar””