I awake to see the grey sky, the dark clouds covering, and the reminder of yesterday. All I can do is ask, “Why?” The emptiness inside that comes with defeat, the feeling of failure, and fear. All I can do is ask, “Why?” As tears roll down my face, and my heart yearns for change, … Continue reading Underserved Mercy
I won’t keep you long today, as we all know the busyness of the Christmas season and…only one more sleep to Christmas!!! ( I personally count down to Christmas Eve, sort of an Eason tradition that started with me, but for the sake of conformity I will count down here till the 25🙂) Today’s post … Continue reading A Christmas Without Fear
Holy moly! Talk about distractions these past few weeks. I’ve been finding myself seeping away into an abyss of ‘things’: TV, Video Games, iPhone, Facebook- you name it! It’s so strange that the timing for these distractions seemed to coincide with my wife and I becoming Youth Leaders at our local church. Go figure. Whenever … Continue reading Watch Out For The Sirens: How Our Technology Might Not Be Helping Us
Land. Sea. Air. Theatres of war where young men and women served and for many gave the ultimate sacrifice. Whether on the rocky beaches of Dieppe or the beautiful sand of Juno Beach; whether fighting fierce waves on the dark ominous waters of the North Atlantic; whether flying through the dull grey skies over Britain…all … Continue reading A Remembrance Day Tribute
“Welcome back...” Drip, Drip, drip, drip. Wipe, Wipe, wipe, wipe. “Thank you, have a great day.” Cough, Cough, cough, sneeze. Whine, Whine, whine, cry. “Take this, it will make you feel better.” Slurp, Slurp, slurp, slurp. Wind howling, rain pouring, darkness all around. “Waaaahhhhhh.” A little voice sounds in the night. “Which one is that?” … Continue reading Welcome back…
Tangle tangle, weave weave. I do not fear what I can’t see. Lurking lurking, waiting waiting. Ever watching - but I don’t really see. Normal normal, clear clear. They said it’s safe, so I’ll go here. Ready ready, ready ready. Life is great, I have nothing to fear. Ready ready, ready… NOW! I love this … Continue reading Be Aware
Farming is in my blood. My Grandfather Ernest Eason farmed a piece of land located about two kilometres from my house. During the day he was a dynamite man at the Talc Mines, then in the evening he was a farmer, working the field till dark. My father also owns farmland that we share as … Continue reading Watch for the Weeds: What entangles your life?
Hello and welcome to another post from The Eason Clan! Before we dive into today’s post, I just want to say, “Thank you!” Yes, to you the faithful followers who have been with me since day one, and the new subscribers and viewers who follow my blog. It’s always been my passion to share my … Continue reading Did you hear about the Scythians?
I awake to the sound of crashing thunder, The loud rumble wakes me from my sleep. My natural alarm clock. It’s 6:23AM. I gather myself as my childhood fear of thunder unnerves me in my bed. My heart is racing. Then I hear your voice, sweet and peaceful as the dawn. Come be with me. … Continue reading Come be with Me
"On my way I'm a wanderer, till I find my place, I'm a wanderer." It's funny how a song can get stuck in your head; whether it's a catchy tune, the singer’s voice or just the lyrics. Sometimes having a song on repeat in your brain can be a good thing, especially if the lyrics … Continue reading Finding where I belong