The REAL Golden Girls

As I age (or should I say, “As I enter my senior years”?), there are three qualities that I desire the most—contentment wherever I am, peaceful living within myself and with others, and the ability to see the good in every situation. What a great way to spend my senior years. What a volume of […]

April 7, 2012 in Legacy Writing Prompts by


I Refuse to be a WSM

At church last week, our pastor introduced us to the world of a WSM. I never knew the true name for these people, but I do know one or two. Even the joy of the strongest optimist can be drained quickly when in the company of one of these. I think a WSM gradually evolves […]

September 8, 2011 in Devotions by


Know that God is in Control and be Glad of it!

Know that God is in control and be glad of it! June 17th was the two year anniversary of our daughter’s operation. After two months of suffering with pneumonia, the doctors finally decided to explore her lungs with a  scope and found a carcinoid tumor sitting at the juncture of the two left lobes. What […]

June 27, 2011 in Devotions by


Reruns are the Pits

Stop replaying the mistakes of your life. Share those life lessons with others and move on.

June 22, 2011 in Legacy Writing Prompts by


Making the Right Decision

We all have decisions to make in life. Some may not be as heavy as others, but still important nonetheless. As a parent, making decisions for my young children is more difficult than for myself. Do we homeschool or send our children to public or private school? Do we go the athletics route with the […]

June 17, 2011 in Legacy Writing Prompts by


What’s for Lunch?

Emily and Judy Watters

  “Where do you want to eat lunch?” Emily asked me. “I don’t care. Where do you want to eat?”Enjoying a day out shopping with my twenty-one-year-old daughter, it really didn’t matter to me at all where we ate lunch. “I don’t care. I could do sushi or PeiWei, but wherever you want to go.” […]

June 11, 2011 in Legacy Writing Prompts by


Broken Birds by Jeannette Katzir

Reviewed by Judy Watters In the world of dysfunctional family memoirs, Broken Birds has found a home. With the skillful writing of Jeannette Katzir, I found her story to be spellbinding. The memoir opens with a family of five grown siblings in the courtroom, four against one. I found it humorous as an immediate crash […]

October 25, 2009 in Book Reviews by

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