My little black book

The history of the phrase little black book is quite colorful. (Pun intended!) As with many English idioms containing the word black, this one refers to something mysterious or even potentially shameful. People may refer to a journal or part of a journal as their black book or little black book. This means that it … Continue reading My little black book

Lapis Lazuli Blue

Just so you know, green is my favorite color. I had a lovely string of malachite beads that I used for my prayerful meditations. A friend who was going through a difficult divorce, needed some extra encouragement, and so I gave them to her, as green is her favorite color too. When looking for a … Continue reading Lapis Lazuli Blue

Comfort Zone

Temperatures where I live can get down to 26 below zero Fahrenheit in the winter. (That's -33 Celsius) This gives you a mental picture of why what I am about to share is so mind blowing. I was out running errands on my lunch break in January. I distinctly heard the Lord Yahweh say to … Continue reading Comfort Zone

Outdated

I'm sitting here deciding what to wear to work today. My bell bottom jeans and groovy love beads, or my polyester leisure suit. Now that's outdated! My husband and I enjoy watching older TV shows. A couple of examples are Wagon Train and Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp. We enjoy them because the characters … Continue reading Outdated

Ignore it

If someone calls you fat, just ignore them. You are bigger than that. To ignore is to refuse to pay attention to; to disregard; to pass over or by without notice; to treat as if not known; and to leave out of account. I am reading through Job in my One Year Bible, and three … Continue reading Ignore it