Blog Archive: K Reynolds

The following blogs, if any, are all of the blogs published by K Reynolds @kreynolds

This morning I read a comment on a discussion board that made me stop in my tracks. I didn't know whether to laugh at the foolishness of the statement or get angry at what I perceived to be not only a stupid but possibly dangerous remark.... read more
390 words · ~1 minute to read · published Aug 17, 2016
This morning after reading a blog written by paulushoffmaster entitled Remembering The Plenteous, I thought about the times that I pull out the box of pictures in my mind that is labeled, "Me and God". You know, that is my favorite box of... read more
170 words · ~1 minute to read · published Aug 12, 2016
Last week I struggled and struggled in my first attempt to crochet a baby blanket for a little one who is due to arrive in midDecember. I must confess that normally I do not always take the time to pay as much attention to details as I should which... read more
948 words · ~4 minutes to read · published Aug 09, 2016
Almost two years I inherited a desk chair from my son. He was clearing out his house after his divorce and I needed a new chair for my desk. I tried it out and thought it would do the trick but within a few weeks I would discover that I was wrong. It... read more
386 words · ~1 minute to read · published Aug 03, 2016
Anyone who has experienced back pain knows how debilitating it can be. Over the past few days, the smallest task has become extremely difficult, painful and timeconsuming for me and it is beginning to show up in my house. It is not that the other... read more
331 words · ~1 minute to read · published Aug 03, 2016
In all honesty, I have not liked the year 2016 very much. The year started out with an uncertain situation that was not resolved until April and the sudden death of one of my mother's younger sisters. It progressed to to things like more serious... read more
528 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Aug 03, 2016
I arrived at CB on July 29, 2007. I didn't know it at the time but I was about to embark on a great adventure, an adventure that is not over yet. It all began with a casual remark made by my son that I should blog. At the time I laughed at him.... read more
718 words · ~3 minutes to read · published Jul 29, 2016
After a hiatus of about 35 years or so, I took up a crochet hook once again this past week. I had learned to crochet as a girl but I never took it very seriously. The projects I actually managed to finish consisted of a few doilies I had created on a... read more
702 words · ~3 minutes to read · published Jul 28, 2016
This morning I read a blog bywatchmanjohn entitledThe Miraculous Is Often Not The Best Medicine For Us and I have to say that I agree. The road God has had me on over the past eight years has been the rockiest and most difficult one I have ever... read more
408 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jul 22, 2016
Last summer, while watching the movieThe War Room at the local theater,I remember suddenly starting and sitting up straight. An elderly widow known as "Miss Clara" was showing her real estate estate agent, Elizabeth, what she considered to... read more
407 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jul 16, 2016
This past weekend, the text my pastor used was from John 13 which is the account of what has become known as "The Last Supper". It is a story which is familiar to many of us. Jesus takes a towel and to the horror of his disciples, begins to... read more
496 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Jul 11, 2016
A few days ago my mother decided to begin sorting through the things in her attics. Yes, I said attics as my mother's house has not one but four dormer attics. My family moved into that house the summer of 1968 so much has made its way into those... read more
952 words · ~4 minutes to read · published Jul 08, 2016
The name of the current sermon series at my church this summer is called "Sandal Summer". The first message in the series challenged us to be like Joshua and the Israelites and dare to put our feet into the water so that we can step into the... read more
362 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jul 05, 2016
This evening, I happened to recall a blog I wrote long ago about a little boat in stormy waters. I did a search and I actually found it right away. The blog is entitled This Little Boat Is Still Sailing On and it was written on March 4, 2008 as I was... read more
352 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jun 30, 2016
Earlier today, in a message to my friend Beth, I told her that one of the things I remember about her husband Kirk was his great love for both God and people. I said in part: Jesus told us that the two greatest commandments were to love God with all... read more
376 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jun 29, 2016
I remember that cold December day back in 2007 when I was going to meet with the surgeon in regard to my surgical options after being diagnosed with breast cancer. Not wanting to be late, we had left in plenty of time to deal with the morning rush... read more
512 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Jun 27, 2016
When I was a girl, I slipped on an outdoor staircase and sliced my right hand on a broken beer bottle lying at the bottom of the stairs. I felt no pain as I had managed to sever the nerve so I did not realize how serious my wound was. One of my... read more
615 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Jun 26, 2016
If we are brutally honest with ourselves, we are uncomfortable when we encounter those who are hurting. We want to "fix it". We want to "rescue" them. We want them to "move on". So, we give them pep talks, search for... read more
398 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jun 22, 2016
I thought I had done it this time. I really did. I am at best, a very poor gardener with a black thumb. I do "okay" with outdoor plants thanks to the rain and sunshine. Indoor plants are a different story. I neglect them and then I try to... read more
715 words · ~3 minutes to read · published Jun 21, 2016
Yesterday, while reading a blog written in 2007 by blessings2you, I came across these words: "God does not demand perfection from us. All He wants is for us to try to the best of our ability to do things right. If we fall short, He is there to... read more
675 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Jun 13, 2016
I grew up listening to stories. My grandmother was the oldest of five girls and my mother was one of eight children so whenever the family got together there was always a lot of laughter, singing and of course, stories. The stories were not just about... read more
836 words · ~3 minutes to read · published Jun 11, 2016
Several weeks ago, while setting up the stage for a wellknown singer who would be performing the next evening, my husband fell six feet. In addition to being knocked unconscious, he broke his left scapula and three ribs. He was hospitalized for... read more
922 words · ~4 minutes to read · published Jun 10, 2016
Most of the time, we do not like the word, "no". There are exceptions to this of course. If you ask someone, "Are you in pain?" and they say, "No." that's a good thing but generally speaking we do not like the word no... read more
455 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jun 06, 2016
I was a member of CB, the day I learned I might have breast cancer. It had come at me from out of nowhere. A routine mammogram revealing a spiculated mass, a failure to contact me, learning about it in probably one of the worst ways, via the internet... read more
601 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Jun 05, 2016
Earlier this evening, I tried to go out through our garage door. I say I tried because when I pushed the button, the garage door rose about a foot or two and stopped. Uhoh. It seems that one of the springs was broken and as I needed to go out... read more
1095 words · ~4 minutes to read · published Jun 04, 2016
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