Here in the great Northeast, it snowed the last day of April. Mr Porter and I were outside that morning, getting an estimate from a lawn dude to see how much it would cost to fix the yard. After taking trees down last year, the yard is full of holes. We stood in the sleet … More At least it stopped snowing
As I was carried into the van, I closed my eyes to keep the world from spinning. The violent vomiting had stopped after they gave me a needle, but I still couldn’t keep my eyes open. I had only the shirt and shorts I was wearing; no money, no purse, no insurance card, no shoes, … More I was barefoot and undocumented
We had a surprise guest attend our usual Tuesday prayer group, Pastor Betty Wodila, from Uganda. There are no coincidences with God, in my humble opinion, and since the widows and orphans subject has been on my mind during the past week, Betty was sent across my path. In Uganda, the hospitals do not feed … More Would you like to help widows and Orphans?
Most of this week was spent driving back and forth to the hospital, and sitting next to my step-father’s bed, waiting, waiting and waiting for his surgery. He was unable to swallow without the food going into his lungs. Finally, after EIGHT days, they took him into surgery to remove and biopsy several masses on … More Spent the week at the Hospital