I started the Angels series thinking it would be nice to write about inspiring people who truly deserve our hero-worship, instead of Hollywood celebrities who mostly get it.
Today’s angel is a devoted father who knew how to treasure and make the most of each moment with his family. His name is DEE. He’s my friend, Crystal’s, Dad. She wrote me about him after The Magical Box post, and I knew he was definitely an angel I had to explore. Continue reading
I thought I’d do a series on inspirational people who have overcome trials—or are enduring them day to day—with a smile on their face. These ANGELS make life easier for us. Instead of griping about their trials or thorns in their flesh, they reach out to others to lift them up to God. That’s why they’re angels.
Today’s angel is my Grandma. When I was little, I took my grandma for granted; I didn’t realize then that she was an angel. When we’d visit, I’d quickly kiss her, then find my cousins and dash off to the mountain to climb or go play in the barn. The adults sat inside and visited…boring.
I got hurt a lot as a kid—scraped knees, elbows, burnt fingers from exploding cap guns, a bee sting to my toe. It didn’t matter how I got hurt, grandma would always giggle as she made me better. It baffled me as a kid. Why did she think it was funny when I got hurt? Continue reading