Month: October 2017

What Symbols Do You Hold Dear?

We are surrounded by signs and symbols in everyday life. We make decisions based on them — traffic signs, for example. What about our American flag that symbolizes the price our service men and women paid for our freedom? What about that coin on the sidewalk that reminds us “In God We Trust”? When I…

By Donna Wuerch October 29, 2017 0

Treasure Your Treasures

Still here in Austin, I was able to celebrate my youngest grandson’s 11th birthday. His birthday isn’t until November 17th, but they’ll be out of the country on that date – so Nana must do what Nana always does. I threw my Bryson a birthday celebration last night, complete with the fam’s favorite – Waikiki…

By Donna Wuerch October 28, 2017 0

Are You Living In YOUR Zone?

I love my Dallas Cowboys – have been a fan of theirs since the 1960s when they first became a franchise, but, otherwise, I’m not what you call an avid sports fan, unless the one that is playing happens to be one of my grandchildren, then I’m gung ho! I even have a t-shirt that…

By Donna Wuerch October 27, 2017 0

Tell Your Heart to Beat Again

Being in Austin brought an extra blessing on Saturday night, because I was able to attend Danny Gokey and Mandisa’s “Rise Out of the Dark” Tour. You’ll remember them as finalists on “The American Idol” Show (seasons 8 and 5 respectively). Especially endearing, was one of Mandisa’s dancers, Sydni Chambers, who is my kids’, Ryan…

By Donna Wuerch October 23, 2017 0

Are You a Cry Baby?

I heard a man telling about how easy it is for him to cry these days — at the birth of his baby, over the great love he has for his wife, a touching movie, and the love He has for God and His tender mercies. He said he could cry at the “drop of…

By Donna Wuerch October 22, 2017 0