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A Current Christmas Story

Another Christmas Story to Remember The night before Christmas, all through the building, no children stirred, only noise from the mice. Dollar store stockings, hung but empty for children hoping for something to be there in the morning, All were chilly but nestled and asleep in beds, Visions of chocolate and toys to brag about […]

Slow Cooker: Indian Butter Chicken (Dairy Free, Ketogenic Friendly)

TIP: Even if you don’t need 4 servings, make this anyway. Not only will this dish last several days but like tabbouleh, this Indian chicken dish ages well. Warning: I love herbs and spices Servings: 4 Ingredients • 2 lbs uncooked Skinless, Boneless Chicken (optional: marinate in chicken bouillon) • 2 Tbsp Coconut or Olive Oil […]

Genealogical Interview: Vicki’s Legacy – The Next Series 2 of 2

Here is the the second and final interview on memories from my mother. Here is the first interview if you missed it. Everyone has memories from high school. What were your major memories and experiences that you haven” discussed yet? Maybe senior year and baby Rebecca? My senior year, I had Becky so I didn’t […]

The Burden of Secondhand Faith

Give your burdens to the Lord, and he will take care of you. He will not permit the godly to slip and fall. -Psalm 55:22 Freshman year in high school was a very difficult time. I wanted to waste away until natural death came to me. I found a glimmer of hope in a classmate though. […]

An Aunt’s Blessing

Adding an Aunt’s Blessing into the Mix Blessings from our mothers and fathers affect us both consciously and unconsciously. The blessings, whether formal or informal, create head and heart knowledge that we are loved, appreciated, and a part of the community that is our family. After going to Christian Healing Ministries in Jacksonville, Florida, I […]

Prom Season – A Night to Shine

Prom Season is A Night to Shine UPDATED: Check out my recap of Night to Shine 2019. It was my second year serving with North Shore Community Baptist Church and will not be the last! In the U.S., prom season usually starts in the spring. Whether it’s the highlight of high school or just another […]

Poetry: Beyond the Mirror

Beyond the Mirror During your time on this planet, while participating in this earth school Remember the days when you looked in the mirror not knowing your own face. You are leading those who feel valueless and unworthy, seeing in the mirror the shadow of life; a ghoul. Lean on mercy and truth. How else […]

Genealogical Interview: Vicki’s Legacy – The Next Series

Well, here we are again, back with Mom. She has so much living to share and so many readers interested in her memories so she is getting another series! Part One of Two Any favorite songs growing up that you still remember? Some of my favorite songs when I was a kid were the ones […]

Genealogical Interview: Rebecca’s Legacy

Mom had you when she was 17-years-old. Her mom gently brought up the possibility of abortion and Mom declined. So you were an unexpected baby but a wanted baby. What does that mean to you? Well, for a long time I associated “unexpected” with as being “unwanted.” One day, I had the realization that unexpected […]