Teresa Poucher I’ve heard it said that by the time you feel thirsty, you are already beginning to dehydrate. Depending on activity and location, one can die of dehydration. So,what are the first signs? Thirst, less frequent urination, dark-colored urine, fatigue, dizziness, and confusion. Are you tired, even after a good night’s sleep? Has confusion left you walking in circles? Have you tried something toContinue reading “What are you Drinking?”
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Teresa Poucher Very few people do not have a smartphone. Most of us are connected to our phones. I had to get my phone’s battery replaced and wondered how long I would have to be without my phone. We can hardly imagine life without one. We like to think we are staying connected to peopleContinue reading “Staying Connected”
Teresa Poucher A long road trip with children can start with much excitement. After a few hours, it’s, “How much longer?” Soon to follow will be,“I have to go to the bathroom.” Then the real aggravation sets in: “He’s touching me,” or “He’s looking at me.” Oh, my word! Now there is a detour. IContinue reading “Road Trips”
You are Invited
Teresa Poucher “Thus did Noah; according to all that God commanded him, so did he.” (Genesis 6:22) ‘No doubt Noah loved God in an evil corrupt world. The Bible says Noah was a preacher of righteousness. He was concerned about souls and made them a way to escape. How sad that the animals responded to the callContinue reading “You are Invited”
I Want to go Home
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I Want to go Home
Teresa Poucher How long has it been since you have been back home? Whether it’s your parents’, grandparents’, or childhood home, there is something about returning home when you have been gone for a while. When you get to a certain landmark, your emotions are triggered, and anticipation grows. I’m almost home now. “So ye in like manner, when ye shallContinue reading “I Want to go Home”
Beethoven, Can You Hear?
Teresa Poucher Ludwig Van Beethoven learned to play music at a very young age. At his first recital, he was only six years old. He became an amazing violinist, pianist, and composer. One of his best-known pieces of music is his Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Opus 67, also known simply as “Beethoven’s Fifth Sympathy” (see link below).He was already going deaf when he composed it. Continue reading “Beethoven, Can You Hear?”
Do you Know a Secret?
Teresa Poucher Is it still a secret if you tell someone? Some people are like a book –they are easy to read. Others are somewhat mysterious. If someone confides in you, they trust you. They may divulge some painful past experiences. One is moved with compassion by these shared wounds that were inflicted. YouContinue reading “Do you Know a Secret?”
Teresa Pouchet I once was young, but now I’m getting older. How do you know you are getting old without stating your age? When your sentence starts with, “I used to …” Yes, you had more strength, more stamina, and more hair. However, now you have more wisdom. What I used to call lazy, IContinue reading “Endurance”
Friendly, Attentive, Speedy, Thoughtful Teresa Poucher How do you feel about servers? (waiter or waitress) A good restaurant always warmly greets people as they enter. F: Friendly – We want someone friendly to be our server. Even if someone else does a good job, this server makes us feel good because they are friendly. A: Attentive – We like it whenContinue reading “F.A.S.T.”