Finding the Lovely

Finding the Lovely

Sometimes, you just have to smile. Wednesday was my husband’s birthday, and he is the latest victim in our seasonal saga of illness after illness (right now, he’s battling influenza B and bronchitis).  On top of not feeling well, he’s celebrating one year before a colonoscopy becomes mandatory (yippee!!). I was fairly sure that we … Continue reading


This blog is a re-post of a blog that I wrote last summer…which seems fitting for me to repost, as I just returned from vacation and feel as though distractions are pulling me in every direction at this moment.  This funny story reminds me how I need to keep my focus on Jesus…instead of wandering! … Continue reading

House Hunting Memories

I recently spent a week in Houston helping my son, daughter-in-law and grandchildren find a new home. This trip combined two of my favorite things: grandchildren and house hunting. I got to briefly pretend that I was on HGTV’s House Hunters. “So, which house would you eliminate?” (Insert sound effect here…) I also experienced some wonderful moments playing with … Continue reading

Going for the Three-Peat

This was my first posted blog back in March 2013. I reposted in 2014; hence, the three-peat in 2015. While driving through West Point, Nebraska, Saturday afternoon, a church outdoor sign read, “Lent is spring training for Christians.”  OK.  Spring training means baseball and preparing for actual game days.  What do we train for during … Continue reading

Don’t Turn Away

Don’t Turn Away

As I stared out the window of the bus, I couldn’t look away. I had come thousands of miles to Costa Rica with staff members from church to see local needs up close and find ways that our church could potentially partner with churches and organizations to serve not only physical but spiritual needs. I … Continue reading


Whew!  What a week it has been here at the Nash household!  To say that it has been a week of ups and downs, would be an understatement! Last Sunday, my husband and I were over at a friend’s home, having dinner, when my daughter suddenly spiked a fever of 102.7.  So I spent Monday … Continue reading