3 Disciplines of the Beautiful Woman

In 1988 our church hosted Anne Ortlund who spoke to the women of the church. Little did I know how very much her book, Disciplines of the Beautiful Woman would influence my life. Do you make resolutions? Set goals every year for yourself, your family, your career? This book is timeless and if you struggle… Continue reading 3 Disciplines of the Beautiful Woman

Hymns for Him-Just as I Am

Do you ever doubt your faith? The hymn, “Just as I Am” was written by Charlotte Elliott after a night of spiritual struggle. I’ve been here several times in my Christian walk, but never thought to do what Charlotte did. In the morning after her tumultuous night, she sat down to write all the things… Continue reading Hymns for Him-Just as I Am

10 Ways to Enjoy World Kindness Day

November 13, 2019 is World Kindness Day I will be just returning from the Holy Land on this sweet day in November. As I think ahead to this post, knowing I will have the dust of sacred footsteps in my suitcase; I can’t imagine a more precious act of kindness than what our Lord did… Continue reading 10 Ways to Enjoy World Kindness Day

Behind the Scenes of a Bargain Antique Purchase

The Pain of Bargaining with Your Customers Who truly loves to haggle over price? If wrangling for the best deal conjures up visions of cowboys and bull horns, then dig in your heels and hold tight. Since a good bargain increases your profit margin, it is a good idea to know your standings. Continue reading… Continue reading Behind the Scenes of a Bargain Antique Purchase

Toasting the Happy Couple with Waterford Champagne Flutes

Whether toasting the happy couple with a Champagne Coupe, Flute or stemless glass, when she says yes, it’s time to sip and salute. There is no shortage of glass styles in which to pour your bubbly; you have choices from plastic to Waterford. On our baby girl’s proposal night, we opted for Waterford. Join me… Continue reading Toasting the Happy Couple with Waterford Champagne Flutes

Walk With Me in the Footsteps of an Olympic Athlete

They used to call me Flash Nash. Yep, in 4th grade I participated in Field Day. By the end of all the events that day in May of 1971, I had a new nickname. I was a premature baby and was always a little on the tiny side. (Until I grew up!) Athleticism was never… Continue reading Walk With Me in the Footsteps of an Olympic Athlete