A Class Act

Needless to say, the second round of the NBA Finals for the most part has been plain boring.  Except for an unexpected upset Sunday night when the Boston Celtics defeated the Cleveland Cavs, the games haven’t been worth watching.  I have actually turned the television off before several of the games ended. However, Monday night … More A Class Act

I’m Number Three

At the invitation of our senator, Jack Donahue, we drove to Baton Rouge last Tuesday for Waylon to pray as the Louisiana Senate convened for their afternoon session.  It was a privilege and an honor to have the opportunity to ask the Lord’s blessing on the work of the Senate for that day. When we … More I’m Number Three

If You Want to Hide Something from Your Wife, Put It in the Oven!

While mom and dad were away on business, some friends of ours went to Atlanta to stay with their grandchildren.  Nearing dinner time one of the children asked, “Memmi, what are you doing?” “I’m getting ready to cook dinner,” Memmi replied. “Really? Mom always orders our dinner online and it’s delivered to our house,” the … More If You Want to Hide Something from Your Wife, Put It in the Oven!

Eight Thoughts to File Away About the Storms of Life

I have so many friends who are going through tough times right now–serious issues with finances, children (all ages), physical and emotional health,  unspeakable grief and many others.  My heart is breaking for them because I have walked in some of their shoes. Life is tough and it seems that we are either going through a storm right now, … More Eight Thoughts to File Away About the Storms of Life

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