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Sweet as Honey

I have a confession to make. I love honey. Specifically, I love creamed or whipped honey. Whipped honey, unlike its drizzly counterpart, is thick, creamy, spreadable and has the perfect, rich sweetness. My go to comfort food is a peanut butter and honey sandwich made with whipped honey. For Mother’s Day this year, Jude and […]


We have several yucca plants in our yard. And one thing I have learned about them in the last two years is they are not very wind resistant. Twice in the last few months, our yucca plants have taken a beating from the wind. During Hurricane Hanna this past weekend, all of the branches on […]

Information Overload

We live in an information age. Facts and figures about any topic under the sun are literally at our fingertips. How long will the monarch caterpillar remain in its chrysalis before emerging as a butterfly? Type the question into Google, and instantly we receive over 500,000 results from all across the internet. Or we can […]

Trust in the Lord

The world has changed again. Seemingly overnight coronavirus cases began skyrocketing in our tucked away nook of the South Texas coast. Masks wearing is now mandated by the state. And social distancing is here to stay, at least for a while. Was it really only three weeks ago that we had fewer than 100 cases […]

A Life of Wisdom

Who is the wisest person you have ever known? As I ponder this question many faces come to my mind who fit this bill. But today I will share of only one- my grandfather, Max Kee to everyone else, but PaPa to me. My grandfather worked hard his whole life. I never knew him to […]

Keep Climbing

Words have eluded me for the past few weeks. So much has changed in our world since January. Nothing is the same as it was when Aaron, Jude, and I rang in the new year excited about all 2020 would hold. Very little of what we hoped and dreamed and planned for this year has […]