About Me

Being an only child, I went to school, did pretty well, graduated High school and went off to college in Arkansas from Ohio. I’d had some “adventures” before but this really started great ones. I was going to be a music teacher and or, serve God singing and who knows what other capacities? After home-sickness, pining for boyfriend and not getting into the college chorus, I was back in Ohio quickly. Between the ages of 18 and 54 I did get my Assoc. in Theological and Biblical Studies eventually. I’d met and married, had divorces, children, seen deaths, and had a few jobs for income. They were short-lived….I’ve mostly been watching and waiting, listening and being available. (per my choice of availabilities) I have always attended church, Bible studies, and been in church choirs.

Digital Camera
Digital Camera

Sanity In The Waiting

In my 55 years, I have been through more than many people go through in 2 life times. God is faithful! I can promise that, without wavering. I am thankful to Him, but waiting can be Tough!

If there is any thing I have been through, or a going through, that can help someone else who might be at their wits end, I want to gladly share my life and testimonies/ideas to possibly help.

I would like to divide this blog into sections. I suppose different pages will be under the different headings or sections. The sections are entitled, “About Me”, “God”, “Hubby”, “Kids/Family”, “The Great 8”, and “My Decisions/Emotions”.

Ideals I wish to accomplish through this blog are pointing people to God, sharing Bible verses, talking about yummy things to munch while in the “storms”, talk about pets/animals because they entertain and love us unconditionally, share books, (I enjoy reading) and to share ideas for quality time…whether alone or with your special someone.

I will put in a plug right now for a restaurant chain that’s been around awhile, but I went there for the first time today.  I went to Moe’s Southwest Grill. I liked it. I’m not sure if hubby liked it as much as I did, but it’s a bit more than a Southwestern version of Subway. It was mid-day and I got the Band Camp. I can about tell you mine was better than my hubby’s. He got a big burrito. We shared the chips and I enjoyed the tomatillo salsa.

A face with the words...
A face with the words…