Boy, did I open up a can of worms yesterday when I mentioned that I don't let my kids have unsupervised access to the computer and we don't have traditional tv in our house...!! It was as if i said I lock my kids in a cave in the dark!!
Would you LOVE to see Straight No Chaser in New York City? You can.
All the people who produce The Delilah show work really hard to make great radio and it’s because they truly believe, like me, we have a mission of spreading love and hope thru the airwaves. It feels really good to do something you enjoy and feel like you’re making a difference in lives of other people. And the really neat thing is that everyone on my staff is so different from each other! I mean, really very different, from different backgrounds and different walks of life.
I love the fact that the people in my circle are so diverse. I love that no two are alike.
Have you ever received a “tongue lashing” from someone – a really harsh scolding? Maybe you got a tongue lashing for being a misbehaved child. Maybe you were scolded at work for a project that went south. The tongue is such a strong instrument of power. It wields the power to lift up and unite and create joy.
Valentine's Day is coming! If you have someone you're crazy about, or want to tell me the great story of how you met, I would love to hear it! I might even be airing some of these!?
Here's the Chocolate Egg Nog Pie recipe Delilah read on the air tonight.
My heart was forever changed by my 4th grade teacher, Mrs. Lyons. Her son had been in Vietnam, and after the war he stayed there to care for orphans. We were encouraged to bring in our used clothes and books, and we boxed them up and sent them to these kids. We collected soda pop cans to pay for the shipping, and it changed my heart forever.
Being able to actually DO something to help those who are less fortunate, instead of just reading about it, changed me on a cellular level. I pray that teacher knows how much she impacted my life. If your kids want to be Jr.
On Sunday, March 11 the Lord called our beloved Sammy Young D’zolali Rene home to heaven. I had adopted Sammy from an orphanage in Ghana, West Africa two years ago, and he instantly became a part of our extended family and a huge part of our hearts. Sammy’s love and happiness were infectious, his broad smile would light up the room.
Delilah: Mother, grandmother, radio personality, artist, gardener, horse enthusiast, PIG MIDWIFE! Sister sows on my farm just gave birth to the most adorable little piggies. 14 in all!
Of all the things in life I imagined myself doing, cutting piggy umbilical cords and tying them off with string was NOT on my list. They are very small but are starting to squeal and run around!
So many of you have asked about my little piggies, so I thought I'd share my pictures with you. They are growing everyday and so cute.
You would have laughed if you saw me picking berries today. I wore a home-made bucket, a cut up plastic milk carton strapped to my waist with a leather belt, work gloves, cowboy boots and a big stick to pull the vines down from the high spots. I looked like a total goof ball, my teens would have died of embarrassment if they saw me!