This time of year practically overflows with holiday memories, traditions, sights and sounds, scents from the kitchen, things to do.… Read more What Linus Said
Season’s first snow – Light throws shade across naked maples
The House Of Christmas by G.K. Chesterton There fared a mother driven forth Out of an inn to roam; In… Read more The House Of Christmas (a poem by G.K. Chesterton)
This is so sweet!
Over the next 2 weeks, I’ll make a few late-shopping recommendations for the music, history, and/or poetry loving friends and… Read more Late Christmas Shopping Idea
Eternity (Matthew 22:23-32) Will we know each other in heaven? Certainly, but not as now, not by the half seeing… Read more Eternity (a poem)
It’s early yet we wait for the past to wrap our present in faith.
By Robert Rife As a Canadian citizen living in the US, I celebrate Thanksgiving twice. The Canadian version looks and… Read more Advent – The Act of Waiting
Not only did yesterday bring the excitement of the Advent calendar, but there was also the baking! I dipped back… Read more From the Heart (and oven)
“Here comes the mailman,” my husband tells me as I sit in the squishy chair drinking my wake-up cup of… Read more It’s here!