Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Judith Sutherland's mother always kept her desk stocked with stationery and stamps, so that she could brighten someone's day with a hand-written letter.

Judith Sutherland reconnects with a fast friend she made at church camp during her childhood.
farm sunset

Judith Sutherland reminds us to be grateful for what you had, even in the sorrowful shadow of great loss.
cowboy boots

Judith Sutherland shares more of Little Britches: Father and I Were Ranchers, by Ralph Moody, and why she wishes every American child would read his books.
cowboy hat

Judith Sutherland shares a passage from Little Britches: Father and I Were Ranchers, by Ralph Moody.
border collie

Judith Sutherland reviews Patricia McConnell's book, The Education of Will, which details her experience with a troubled, aggressive, young border collie.
hot cocoa, book, blanket

Judith Sutherland wishes for the magical ability to keep her granddaughter sheltered from the heat of hatred brewing in a cold world.
recipe cards

A little brown recipe box takes Judith Sutherland back in time to remind her how past generations of her family once lived.
Chinese lantern

Judith Sutherland shares a personal experience and urges readers to learn to live with gratitude a difficult year comes to a close.
Christmas tree branches

Judith Sutherland remembers the magic of Christmas during her childhood.