Yawn patrol

December 7, 2019

This week, we were urged to view as non biased four college professors as they dismissively voiced their liberal opinions on the justification for the impeachment charade. Thankfully, three of the four when questioned admitted they had donated to the campaigns of Obama, Clinton, and Warren. Do you smell what I smell? So boring was […]



December 7, 2019

There are those delicious moments in time when a batter in baseball times the pitch perfectly, the ball hits the sweet spot, and the player takes off on a home run trot around the bases. The thought made a young cowboy think how far pitchers have come in the last fifty years to make sure […]



December 2, 2019

‘Every child you encounter is a divine appointment.’ Wess Stafford


Gracefull Cafe

November 19, 2019

Sally and a very young cowboy took advantage of an offer from Ascent Flyfishing owners Peter and Jess Stitcher. They said there’s a really neat cafe in Littleton called The GraceFull Cafe and they had a volunteer day. We volunteered and were so impressed by the owners, their team, the concept…and oh yes, the food. […]



November 6, 2019

‘Life’s too short to wear boring socks.’ Plato



November 4, 2019

‘You do not have to be good. You do not have to walk on your knees a hundred miles in the desert, repenting. You only have to let the soft animal of your body love what it loves. Tell me about despair, yours, and I will tell you mine. Meanwhile, the world goes on. Meanwhile, […]



November 3, 2019

’Life is not about waiting for the storms to pass. Life is about learning how to dance in the rain.’ Vivian Greene  



October 27, 2019

Who of us hasn’t run into a few days in our lives when feeling like we’ve been dealt a bad hand or the deck has been stacked against us? My great friend Wendy offered some sage advice this week…’just keep shuffling those cards until you get the hand you want.’ How simple…yet so profound. Like […]



October 6, 2019

“There is a switch inside many people set at “I can’t.” ”When it flips over to “I can” for one thing, it doesn’t stop there.”   James Fell



September 27, 2019

‘A true friend has your back and their heart beats in tune with yours. Surely, they are one of heaven’s greatest gifts.’



September 9, 2019

What if Your blessings come through raindrops and what if Your healing comes through tears What if a thousand sleepless nights are what it takes to know that You are near What if trials of this life are Your mercies in disguise What if my greatest disappointments or the aching of this life Is the […]


An angel

September 3, 2019

In an empty sanctuary She began to play slowly…reverently Just her… her piano and…her God What she could not see was the aging gentleman kneeling in the shadows What a pity she didn’t know that her music soothed the man Transported him from trials and worries…and the stuff best left unworried about His eyes closed […]


One great mom

August 8, 2019

We were in line last night at Sweet Tomatoes near The Park Meadows Mall in Lone Tree. Suddenly, there was a crash near the cash register as a seven year old’s plate hit the floor. I watched to see how the expectant mother would react. She passed with flying colors. There was no anger and […]


British humor

August 1, 2019

  Just in case you need a quick laugh…scroll to the red arrow and enjoy.  



July 7, 2019

‘If you put your nose to the grindstone rough, And keep it down there long enough, You will soon conclude that there are no such things, As a brook that babbles or a bird that sings. Three things will all your world compose Just you, the grindstone and your darned old nose.’ Unknown


Get it on

July 3, 2019

  ‘Honey…I don’t think I’m going to the gym today…just not feeling motivated right now.’      



June 7, 2019

Dominic Thiem is in the semifinals of The French Open. He faces an extremely tough task to win the tournament. He plays Novak Djokovic today and, if he wins, would need to beat the 11 time champion Rafa Nadal. Win or lose, he’s had a great tournament and provided lots of excitement along the way. […]


Ninety seven years young

June 5, 2019

Tom Rice was a paratrooper on D-Day 75 years ago. He and his mates dropped in over France on that unforgettable day and we owe him and his friends every ounce of gratitude possible. Well…today, the 97 year old recreated the jump and just have a look for yourself. Scroll and click.  


Forever in Joy

June 3, 2019

There is a light that shines sooo bright… A heart powered by love… and a soul tethered to a God who never fails He walks by her side today and surely fills her heart tomorrow. Her joys give Him such pleasure To Him.. She’s a special treasure endowed with strength to rise above the stormy […]



June 3, 2019

We love watching the women’s college softball World Series each year. The enthusiasm of the players and their rabid fans is something to behold. Tonight, one of the announcers was talking about a hitter who was in an 0 for 26 slump. She said the player was ‘taking a long trip on the trouble train.’ […]