Tuesday, July 17, 2018


I say that especially for me today, because I feel alive once again after a long time between- the- dash of my writing.  Being a senior, so much of our time is spent in Doctor's offices for one thing or another.  If it's not you, it's your spouse or another loved one. The appointment time seems to be the time we start waiting to see the doctor and when your name is finally called, the second round of waiting begins in that little room you were led into, until the door finally opens and the doctor is ready to see you. Sound familiar? Been there done that? I'm sure we have all experienced this at one time or another. It does get frustrating after a while. Time is precious to all of us, and the older we get the faster it seems to go! The fact that for us "Seniors" most of our lives are now behind us. Of course, we want to make the most of every single day and live it to the fullest.

 Sometimes, however, life and circumstances just get in the way of things we like to do most. For me, it is definitely my writing and sharing my testimony of the miraculously healing that took place in my life so many years ago. Suffering from depression and anxiety for five years, going through a traumatic divorce, led to the miracle I experienced in 1980. When the doctors had given up all hope in me getting well, God never gave up on me! It was just one simple prayer when I had all I could possibly endure. I prayed, "God, please make me well, or take me home with you, I can't take anymore"! It was then that I felt a miracle coming over my body. I was healed instantly, and my life would never be the same again. It has been my desire and passion to help others who may be going through some dark clouds in their lives to never give up hope. Remember the rainbow beneath those dark clouds. The sun will shine once again. I truly feel that God did not put me or my family through all that pain and suffering in vain. I believe it is my mission and calling to bring others closer to God by spreading the word of my testimony and God's miraculous healing  to bring you hope that you are never alone.

For those of you who know me and who have been following my daughter and I on our journey, you know that I have been working on my book, "A Mountain to Climb", as a follow-up to our first book, "Signs from God".  Unfortunately, my writing was put on hold for a period of time due to some personal interruptions; good ones like getting  married, re-locating and moving to GA. and one thing after another events of our lives that all of us go through.

Today, I am happy to say that I am back on track and will be here for you as long as God is willing. To God be the glory!

Tuesday, February 20, 2018


NO matter how smooth or how rough this day, GOD is with us each step of the way.....We are all on our own journey here on this earth and everyone of us have a story to tell.

We will have many trials and tests to endure here on earth but through all the peaks and valleys of our lives, we are never alone! Sometimes we may think we are and feel God isn't listening to our prayers, but fear not!  GOD is working in the background of our lives. The older I get as I look back on my life, I see the puzzle pieces all fitting right into place.  Many times, it was those unanswered prayers that were for my benefit. I just didn't realize it at the time.  It is necessary for us to go through these hard times and struggles.  Through our faith and trust in the Lord we are being led by the Holy Spirit to bring us closer to Jesus Christ, our Savior and Redeemer. God wants all of us to be happy and has a plan for each one of us.  Jeremiah 29:11.  We all need to remember that during our times of trial and suffering when we see only one set of footprints, that's when God is carrying us!  Footprints is definitely one of my favorites!.

Today, I'm asking for special thoughts and prayers for our son-in-law, Tom Shabinaw. Tom had heart surgery last year and has been in a lot of pain for a long time.  He now needs to have both hips replaced.  The doctors will be doing surgery today on the first hip. Hopefully, this will relieve some of his pain but he still has a long way to go until the second hip surgery can take place.Tomorrow will be a long day for all of us, but we know we will not be alone! Prayers for a speedy recovery for Tom and his return to good health once again.

Thank you God for your presence and thank you for also watching over our daughter, Sharon, as she walks through  this journey with her husband. Prayers to give her the much needed strength she needs for the days ahead.

In your precious name, Jesus, hear our prayer........ AMEN!