Month: May 2016

Remembering to Remember

Yesterday was Memorial Day and I couldn’t help but notice all the photos of tombstones on FB that represent fallen soldiers. I also saw many FB posts and photos that were honoring loved ones who served in the armed services, as well as to those loved ones who were so dearly loved and remembered on…

By Donna Wuerch May 31, 2016 0

What Memorial Day Means to Me

Even though we know that Memorial Day was originally created to help us remember the sacrifices of brave heroes who fought for our freedoms, it has become an event built around a 3-day holiday that kicks off the summer season. Today, millions of people will head outdoors to dust off their patio furniture, fire up…

By Donna Wuerch May 30, 2016 0

What Color Is Your Angel?

Staci and I were getting out of the car at the store, when Staci ran over to a nearby parked car. One of the ladies was getting out all the tools needed to change a flat tire, while the other lady was looking at a YouTube video telling how to do it. (LOL! Thank God…

By Donna Wuerch May 29, 2016 0

What are Your Credentials?

My sweet BFF, Sheila Michie, is shout-from-the-mountain proud of her son AND his new credentials, M.D. (Doctor of Medicine). He earned that title and suffix after his name, following many years of hard work, intense training, preparation, and much effort! Joseph worked hard for the right to place them next to his name. and along…

By Donna Wuerch May 27, 2016 0

The Sweet Sounds From a Tuned Piano

SURPRISE!!! Happy Birthday, Payton! Yesterday was my #3 grandson’s (in order of birth-dates) 16th birthday. That morning, I sent him a text that said, “I wish I were there to celebrate your birthday today, but we’ll make up for it while we’re fishing next week!” So, it was a big surprise when he came home…

By Donna Wuerch May 26, 2016 0

For Such a Time As This

Though I’m “out there” when it comes to social media, I’m quite reserved when it comes to my political voice. I have my own opinions but I rarely voice them publicly. That could be seen as a wimpy way out of controversy, or it may mean that I choose to live “above the fray” by…

By Donna Wuerch May 22, 2016 0