I'd heard it might be a possibility and didn't think much about it. Then down it came anyway: snow. In early December. In the South. Unexpected beauty for sure...Read More
It had been a tough year...Read More
The holiday season can be a painful time. This year, I know several people who have lost loved ones, whose lives have been turned upside down, who are in physical pain, or are depressed or lonely.Read More
“You know what you need to do this morning, right?” I asked my young daughter as we put the breakfast dishes in the dishwasher.
She nodded. “Make the place cards for lunch…”Read More
The older I get, the more I think that little things matter.
I’m a details person. If you’ve been following Glimsen, you know this. I like to zoom in on the details, both in words and in photos…Read More
I felt as though my senses were awakened and alive in a whole new way. And I wanted to…Read More
Sixty-one Novembers ago, my father and mother joined their hearts and lives together in marriage. My mom…Read More
Every time I visit the local food pantry, I walk in and out with a lump in my throat. People in my community—people everywhere—are hungry. Little children have empty tummies. Parents wonder ...Read More