Archive for July, 2009

Mid-Day Sun Trail

Jul 31st, 2009 by debrabee | 0

The dust kicked off my hiking boots with every step I took on the back trail. The sun was full up in the sky and I don’t usually hike at this hour but I wanted to squeeze it in before my schedule got too hectic. The trail was empty and it felt good to be […]

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Living My Love Out Loud

Jul 30th, 2009 by debrabee | 0

I was thinking about those I love today and how time and distance can seem to just fill up the space between us all. It’s hard to maintain close relationships if we are unaware of what is happening in each other’s lives. What is making us laugh, hurt, hope or fail? These are things that […]

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Wash My Window Clean

Jul 29th, 2009 by debrabee | 0

Classical banjo! Who would have thought it? The variety of talent always does a number to open my eyes to how much we are going to see in our Father’s heaven. If we are living in a fallen world of the imperfect… has to grab your attention when you hear what seems to be a […]

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Still Waters Run Deep

Jul 28th, 2009 by debrabee | 0

People can be so murky at times, like a river bed with its silt stirred up by heavy currents. Looking at their lives, it’s not easy to get a read on them. I have to say as time moves on, I am enjoying less of the turmoil and prefer peaceful and still. We have all […]

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A Garden Of Good Or Evil?

Jul 27th, 2009 by debrabee | 0

A few years ago, Clint Eastwood directed a movie called “The Garden of Good And Evil”. I loved the flavor he captured of people from a southern town there, but mostly I loved the title. Things like that interest me along with lots of other odd details. What made me remember this title was a […]

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Share Your Story

Jul 26th, 2009 by debrabee | 0

I have often given thought to how much our words matter. They can be offered as a gift or an affliction. To bring comfort and joy or hurt and pain. I enjoy reading a great deal. Sometimes I am brought to tears by another’s ability to share the words of their life stories. Sometimes I […]

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One Of My Tribe

Jul 25th, 2009 by debrabee | 0

I heard a sentiment earlier about “one of my tribe” and it tweaked something right in me. I could actually remember hearing this many times in the conversations with friends and family throughout the years. I am sure it even became a “street” mentality. Why it strikes me? The desire within we all have to […]

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Safe Place To Pull Over

Jul 24th, 2009 by debrabee | 0

Night falling on a country road and as I left the dirt drive I rolled down my windows to enjoy fresh air rushing into my car. My mind was swimming and I just needed it to stop long enough to catch a deep breath. I turned up my stereo to let the waves of music […]

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History Highway Under Water

Jul 23rd, 2009 by debrabee | 0

At a favorite lake up north, now and again we will get together with friends to rent ski boats. No camp site set up, just a day finding hidden coves to enjoy by ourselves. It’s great to snorkel in the clearer parts of the lake, observing fish and turtles beneath the water. At one point […]

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Lottery Winning Numbers

Jul 22nd, 2009 by debrabee | 1

I have the winning numbers to the lottery in life! I know it with everything I am but instead of laying back to relax about it, I am carefully examining every number written on my ticket, also every word in the fine print. It simply excites me to hold this truth in my very hands […]

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