Six to Twelve

Six to Twelve Months: Post 1

Posted by on Feb 26, 2017 in Six to Twelve | 0 comments

My Journey:  Six to Twelve Months:                                                                   Post 1  It’s November, 2015. Thanksgiving is just around the corner. That means Tylee’s birthday and Christmas isn’t too far behind. I’m dreading it! We all are. Lord, I just want to go to sleep and not wake up till it’s all over with. What do we do? I worry about our dear daughter, Rhonda. How she loves the holidays and the cooking and family coming. By family I mean Russell, Shawna, Tylee and Blake. Each year they would go between our home, Shawna’s Dad’s home, and Shawna’s Mom’s home. We...

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6-12 Months Post 2

Posted by on May 13, 2017 in Six to Twelve | 0 comments

September 9, 2015 Jesus, You are my Comforter, my helper – my very present help in time of need. You are helping me to push through and face each day. “In God, I make my boast all day long and I will praise Your Name forever.” Psalm 44.  I cannot understand why You allowed this to happen, but, You are my “hope and stay.” I still trust You. Lord, I feel defeated a lot lately! Sometimes I feel like I’m going crazy! Too many thoughts in my head at once. None of them making any sense at all. Sometimes I feel absolutely broken. Like a glass vase, slammed down to the ground with such force, I know...

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6-12 Months POST 3

Posted by on Oct 24, 2017 in Six to Twelve | 0 comments

The future. We could not go to that place for long in our minds. A few seconds here and there was all we could manage. The future was too foggy to see past what was just in front of us at the moment. Which was, of course, the real thoughts and activities that should still be part of our “real” world. The world in which the phone would ring and it would be Russell. “Hey mom! What’s up?” “I’m going to start dinner in a few minutes. What are you up to this evening?”  “I’m umpiring two baseball games later. What are you fixing for dinner?”  “Well, we thought we’d throw some pork chops on the...

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