Watching the Impossible

Two years ago my 6 year old made a request.  She wanted to go to Sea World.  Unfortunately, I just didn’t see that happening.  The Post clan has been blessed with God’s provision of all that we need and some of our wants, but a trip to Sea World is a pricey endeavor for a…

Feed Me Please

This morning I’m in the beautiful mountains of Asheville, NC at a conference with Hubby.  As these things go, they always serve breakfast pretty early.  We are early risers at our house, but this morning, without meaning to, we slept in.  When we woke up, breakfast was over.  Hubby said he would just wait until…

Who Gets The Glory?: Post-it Note #121

Ever have one of those days when nothing seems to go the way we think it should?  I have.  Often.  And I was just thinking that I’m quick to blame it on the Devil and say he’s after me, trying to distract me, trying to get me off course or discouraged. But as I read…

Swimming in His Blessings!: Post-it Note #77

I believe in prayer.  I know God is faithful.  I pray about practically everything.  From needing a parking place to needing food on the table.  One thing I’ve been praying about for weeks is a swimming pool.  My 11-year-old daughter is autistic and she doesn’t have any summer school this year.  She is prone to…

For the Young…..and the Young at Heart: Post-it Note #70

Yesterday.  Yesterday I was 23 years old and in college, traveling the world and able to leap tall buildings in a single bound.  So I remember.  But actually, yesterday, my 6-year-old and I were playing Simon Says and Simon told me to hop on one foot across the living room into the kitchen.  I looked…

Collard greens, Black eyed peas and a clean slate…Post-it Note #39

In the Deep South we have a tradition on New Year’s Day.  For lunch or dinner it is customary to eat black-eyed peas and collard greens.  My grandmother said that the black-eyed peas represented coins and the collard greens represented money, and she cooked them every January 1st.  I always told her to eat some…