“So encourage each other and build up each other, just as you are already doing.” 1 Thessalonians 5:11 NLT The verb encourage means to to inspire with courage, spirit, or confidence. It is to stimulate by assistance or approval. I am… Continue Reading “A Word on Wednesday: Encourage”
It is easy for me to be contemplative, serious, and reflective. Being fun and carefree is a lot more intentional than natural for me. It is my good fortune to have a dear friend who I associate with whimsy. Missy is the one with whom… Continue Reading “A Word on Wednesday: Whimsy”
Today’s post is about the word will when used as an auxiliary verb. An auxiliary verb is used in forming tenses, moods, and voices of other verbs. Will moves an action to the future. After we collectively counted down the last minutes of 2016, we… Continue Reading “A Word on Wednesday: Will”
You will not find “onward” on a compass rose. No one is sure where it goes. Yet, I find tomorrow each time I move in its direction. Onward is often and always the only way to go.
I acquired a leather-bound, pocket-size book with golden page borders from my great-grandmother Helen. It is called “The Catholic Girls Guide” and was edited by Rev. Francis X. Lasance in 1906. This gem has ideas that seem outdated by today’s standards, but I did… Continue Reading “The Catholic Girls Guide”