How old are you? Do you remember “graduating” from something? Man, I sure do. On the day of my 8th-grade “graduation,” I remember being asked, and completely privileged (to a degree), to play “Pomp and Circumstance” on the piano as my 8th grade compatriots sashayed across the stage, as it were. On the day of… Continue reading Graduations
(I wrote this blog on Earth Day 2008…eleven years ago. Hard to believe. Not much has changed.) Today is Earth Day, 2008. I’ve been thinking a lot lately about this idea of “protecting” and “taking care of” the earth. I have heard the phrase “going green” ad nauseam. Every other commercial reminds us how rotten… Continue reading Earth Day 2019
Look at where a good bit of your TIME, your TREASURE and your TALENT are spent. Do you spend a lot of your TIME on your phone, looking at social media or perusing Pinterest? Do you spend a lot of your TIME on your couch, watching daytime tv or binge-watching This is Us? Do you… Continue reading Where’s Your Heart?
David and I were watching a news show a while back, on which they featured a woman from the University of California Berkeley, a biologist, who is developing a new genome editing tool called CRISPR (“clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats”)…a tool that could transform the field of biology. … Continue reading crispr
Since January isn’t over yet, I think it’s still ok to talk about resolutions. “LeeAnn Greenup Ramsey” and “New Year’s resolutions” have a love/hate….well, let’s just say an “awkward” relationship. We always have. Prolly always will. Every stinkin’ year I make a list of whatever. And every year, I almost always totes fail at… Continue reading Resolutions
One (just one) of my all-time favorite Bible verses is 1 Peter 5:7. It says, “Cast all your anxiety on Him because He cares for you.” (NIV) I’ve even performed a song called “Cares Chorus” in my past life, based on this verse. lol In the Living Bible translation, it says, “Let Him have… Continue reading On Casting Cares
A couple of evenings ago, as with most evenings, David and I were sitting in the living room, looking out our tall front windows at 12 deer (and yes, David counted.) A few weeks ago, we had some small apples that were going bad (at least for humans…I wasn’t gonna use them for anything) so… Continue reading Throwing Apples