Gramma’s Wisdom – Small Things

Scripture says knowing God’s will is a blessing. Sometimes doing it is hard. At every step, the enemy of our souls is waiting for an opportunity to take out anyone he can and always watching for a chance to steal, kill, and destroy. We can be his victims. Or we can fight that good fightContinue reading “Gramma’s Wisdom – Small Things”

Gramma’s Wisdom – Go Faster!

Life can fill so quickly with predicaments that weaken our intentions. A simple variation can derail me. One day last spring was all about laundry until I woke up. Really late. The recent time change had messed up my life. I aimed at sleep, but missed the mark. When I asked a pharmacist about melatonin,Continue reading “Gramma’s Wisdom – Go Faster!”

Gramma’s Wisdom – Spring Cleaning

They tell me old timers used to practice Spring-cleaning every year. My mother did. For a long while, I felt guilty when I failed even to nod in that direction. Now I realize why they did it and why they had the energy. And what a blessing it was, in disguise. They had to. WinterContinue reading “Gramma’s Wisdom – Spring Cleaning”

Gramma’s Wisdom – Chicken Sense

Last spring we had tried repeatedly to coax our new hennies to venture outdoors. They’d  spent their short lives huddled under a warming lamp and were afraid of anything but their gloomy four walls. Staying cooped up weakens their health. They were late in maturing, they ought to have been laying by then. We wereContinue reading “Gramma’s Wisdom – Chicken Sense”

Gramma’s Wisdom – Are We Disposable?

  Today while I was tidying the kitchen, I made fresh coffee in my favorite two-cup pot. It’s an old-time drip-through I found at a garage sale, stocky and leaky, but it makes the best couple o’ cups around. It made me think of me. Not as shiny as I used to be, out ofContinue reading “Gramma’s Wisdom – Are We Disposable?”