The Great Commission of Living Royalty

I’m not aware of any kings or queens in my heritage, but I do have a knight among my mother’s side of the family.  A very distant relative, Sir Richard Lowther, held Queen Mary of Scotland in custody when she claimed England belonged to Scotland in the 1500’s.  There is currently a castle in England … Continue reading The Great Commission of Living Royalty

Holding to My Way

“The world waits in hopes to see, One little flaw on my identity, Will perfection point them to You, Or will this nature prove You true?”  I have been employed by a variety of places over the years. From retail to clerical, education to janitorial – all have held a unique list of responsibilities. Though … Continue reading Holding to My Way

God’s Wardrobe

I have never enjoyed spending time at the mall. I get cranky wandering around the vast expanse of tile flooring, passing what seems to be a thousand shops shouting that their goods are the best.  I have nothing against people, but shopping and practicing my dodging skills while saying “excuse me” multiple times is not … Continue reading God’s Wardrobe

Holding to My Way

 I have been employed by a variety of places over the years.  From retail to clerical, education to janitorial – all held a unique list of responsibilities. Though retail was my least favorite, everything else was a little more down my alley as it included computers, papers, and files.  An administrator’s dream! One thing each … Continue reading Holding to My Way

Integrity’s Best Book

I love antiques.  I’ve got several pieces in my house: the 1930’s table I slaved over for hours to refinish; the steamer trunk brought from Germany by my relatives; the little wooden rocker passed on to me by my mom; the matching 1920’s  buffet, dresser, and bed from my great grandparents.  They’re all special, but … Continue reading Integrity’s Best Book