“Cead Mílle Fáilte,”
“a hundred thousand welcomes”

Sharing of Faith, Family, Food, Decor and Everyday Moments

Our love story that began in 1973 when my husband and I met in college while we were part of the cast in the Christmas dinner theater ("The Christmas Carol") put on by our college theater department.  A love story that still continues! It grew to include 3 children, a son-in-law, daughter-in-law, and 6 grandchildren. We are thankful each and every day for the blessings we have experienced. A life we relish, we have grown through it’s hardships, and times of pain, and seek the sweetness of life. We love our children, our grandchildren, laughter, long walks, chatting over coffee, breakfast out, early mornings, sunrises and sunsets, roaring camp fires, traveling, puzzles, board games and cards, watching movies, DIY working in the yard, sitting on the deck sipping ice tea.  We love laughter, sarcasm, jokes, politics, learning, reading. Always pursuing and seeking, spiritual truth, knowledge, and growth through Christ.

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​A NEW blog, new look, and a bit of change on the site link.. I have moved my blog to another hosting site and with that change, came a change of the look of my blog.. I'm most happy with the new clean look the blog sports now!

I will be adding new recipes in the coming month. Also in the Inspriration section, links, songs, qoutes and scriptures will be added. I also have a book review section, that I will be adding too. I have finished a variety of books and will give my thoughts on those.

Here in the mid-west, though it is the middle of March we feel like it's in the mist of deep winter. Snowing today, with wind gusts, though we aren't getting a lot of snow it's cold and all the grass and roads are covered in white. We are OVER winter and are longing for spring!!

My next post will cover our trip to Florida and Disney World that we took in February.​
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"Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, as long as ever you can". - John Wesley