Pita, Prayers, and Perennials
Welcome to a sanctuary of
My hope is for all to receive sanctuary and encouragement, including hospitality venues and ideas, conversational meditations, and organic gardening tips. Topics will range from the deeply personal to the light and entertaining, but all with the purpose of uplifting you while encouraging you to think deeply.
Congratulations, you’ve survived the worst of a Texas Summer.Yes, we CAN contemplate gardening again!
Pictured above is the fall aster starting to bloom.
Serve these juicy, lemony, spicy chicken slices in warm pita bread or other flat breads with tahini sauce (check previous blog posts) crunchy pickles, tomato slices, and radishes.
We met in 1961 at the port in Beirut, Lebanon, but we got to know each other in the sandbox at the Beirut Baptist School (BBS).