Married for thirty-six years to a patient man who probably should have thought twice before proposing, Ruth Logan Herne loves God, her family, and chocolate - not always in that order. Mother of six,
Ruthy embraces a ‘don’t sweat the small stuff’ mentality after
realizing worry produces gray hair and crow’s feet, neither of which has a
cheap, quick fix.
Born into poverty, Ruthy brandishes a pull-yourself-up-by-the-bootstraps
mentality, she abhors whining (except her own), and small children should be
declared miracles, each and every one.
Visitors at her historic (that’s just a
nice way of saying “OLD”) farmhouse are treated to wonderful coffee, delicious
baked goods, sticky fingers, dusty floors, scrunched towels and Golden
Retrievers who drive her husband nuts.
I agree wholeheartedly with Ruthy. Jesus tells us that we can share all our burdens with Him and why worry about things that may never come to pass!