Month: March 2017

Be AnxIous for Nothing (No-Thing)!

Notice the letter in the middle of the word “anxious” — it’s an I. When I am handling MY affairs, when I am the one in charge, when I rely on myself for the outcome of MY decisions and plans, then I can easily get ANXIOUS about every-thing! Yesterday, I practiced those words “Be anxious…

By Donna Wuerch March 31, 2017 0

Change of Plans: Hail — No!!

When I posted on Monday (the day after the major hailstorm here in Frisco), about the opportunities that can come from a storm, I didn’t realize that it would apply to not only my grandkids and those friends who get extra work when storms come, but it would be applicable to me, too! Here’s what…

By Donna Wuerch March 30, 2017 0

Knights of The Round Table

As I walked yesterday, randomly, I heard these words “Knights of the Round Table”. When out-of-the-blue thoughts come like that, I know a blog post subject has come to me, so I best start meditating and researching it. And I did. I’m quite sure this is what prompted it. As most mornings at the Wallace’s,…

By Donna Wuerch March 28, 2017 0

Opportunities Often Come in the Storm

I thought about this Christmas cartoon when I witnessed a Texas-size hailstorm last night. LOL! Actually, it was a sight to be behold, and hear pounding on the roof of my kids’ home. Just as it was starting to come down (pea-sized), Larry quickly put my car in the garage. Soon after that, the sizes…

By Donna Wuerch March 27, 2017 0

Lessons I’ve Learned From Buddy

Who would have thought that Buddy (my grandson’s Australian Shepherd) and I would have become pals, since, after all, I’m not really a dog lover. In fact, when Payton first got Buddy, he put some of Papa’s favorite cologne on him so that Nana would like him. Yes, that was appealing. LOL! Now, I’ve actually…

By Donna Wuerch March 26, 2017 0

Keep Your Eyes on the Ball

This is a great “Dad/Son story”: “My 7-year-old son seems to have natural abilities for sports, and most recently, for baseball. I’ve taken him for batting cage practice, I throw the ball to him a lot and I go with him to his team’s practice, but I don’t really know what to tell him to…

By Donna Wuerch March 25, 2017 0

Keeping Guard Over Our Mind

When the airport’s TSA agent was frisking my granddaughter a couple of weeks ago because she was a little “shifty” looking (NOT! It was her water bottle in her purse and a large bottle of sunblock in her carry-on), we realized the importance of being compliant with TSA’s regulations. Yesterday, I thought about how TSA…

By Donna Wuerch March 24, 2017 0

Abba, Father

The Life Group I’ve started attending uses the devotional book “100 Names of God” as a resource for study and discussion. When I first attended the group, and it was my turn to share about one of my favorite names for God, I shared that it is Jehovah Shalom – God, my peace. I went…

By Donna Wuerch March 22, 2017 0