Dear Aunt Nell,
Several of my friends have said they stopped checking social media because in our currently crazy world, it's so negative. I guess that's true a lot of times.
But more often than not, social media gives me the boost I need. Like this week...
You are invited to join me for a new way to reflect on the world around me. Perhaps together we can discover common interests, joys, and concerns in letters to Aunt Nell.
Dear Reader, do you remember when we had pen pals? We actually sat with pen and paper to write and learn about someone in the distance.
I remember how excited I was to learn in second grade that I could write a letter or postcard, send it to someone I loved, and they would send one back. Maybe because of their rarity, I am still thrilled to receive a handwritten message in the mail. How about you?
My first correspondence was with my Aunt Nell. She was an RN at a veteran's hospital in Florida. I invite you to share mundane and miraculous moments with Aunt Nell and me.
Gracie's quilt is nearly done. The big work of putting the quilt top, batting, and backing together remains, and that's okay. There's plenty of time for Grandpa and I to do that before Gracie's birthday in January.
Dear Reader, have you noticed that sometimes the biggest insights come from the youngest philosophers. You know, the whole "out of the mouths of babes" thing?
Hi, my name is Alice. A Way with Words is about sharing faith,
fun, & encouragement. Thanks for stopping by! I hope you find a little something to take