Cracking the Codes
My 7 year old grandson knows how to enjoy life’s simplest pleasures. His pure joy and wonder at all nature has to offer when we go for a neighborhood walk is infectious. His enthusiasm helps me see ordinary things in extraordinary ways.
A new home construction site around the corner displays how a foundation is laid. Just weeks ago an older, completely different house had been on this same dirt but Liam doesn’t miss the old, he is excited about the new...
Job 14:5 Turn the Page
Job 14:5 – A person’s days are determined; You have decreed the number of his months and have set limits he cannot exceed.
I turned the wooden block calendar over and watched the squares and rectangles tumble out. Something about the feel of numbers and names of months in my hands to be arranged and replaced in the holder is a tangible reminder that another year is in the books and a new one has begun.
My son gave me the calendar years ago and I use it every day. It’s on my desk at work. Some days I change it to the next day as I leave work, especially if I’ll be out of the office – a clue to those who come to visit. Most days I leave it and change it the next morning, never wanting to assume on the Lord’s provision of another day. For we are not guaranteed another sunrise. Each one is a gift from God, and I need to be reminded to see it that way.
Executive Vice President, SureTec Financial Corp.
I have been fortunate to know Kim Robinson as a friend and coworker over many years, observing her growth from a single young girl to a wife and mother and to a strong adult loving on and enjoying her grandchildren. Kim’s unique gift of writing and passionate commitment to excellence in every aspect of her life led to this book. Her novel is Kim’s gift to others who may find some helpful answers within the pages.
Kim Robinson is a wonderful, caring, understanding and giving person. She is always a positive role model, a great listener and a wonderful friend. When I am having a not so good day she always brings light and a great perspective. It has been a pleasure to have her in my life.