Dad is second from the left in the front.
My father is Ray Ludwig. He’s traveled in ministry most of my life and can play a Hammond B-3 like you wouldn’t believe! He’s preached and ministered through music all over the world and has traveled in ministry with Kenneth Copeland, Jimmy Swaggart, Doris Akers (composer of “Sweet, Sweet Spirit”), the late Hilton Sutton (one of his closest friends), the late Dr. C.M. Ward (Revivaltime Radio Broadcast), Roger McDuff, and so many others. This picture is from the 1950s when Daddy was traveling with various Gospel quartets.
I’ve been thinking a lot about my father lately. I am undeniably proud of my Dad and his story, but more than anything, I love him.
What a gorgeous piece of art glass! It’s from my husband’s collection. Is it wrong to wish it was my collection?
I got this bag from a school fundraiser and I use it a lot. Thanks, kids!
My journal cover inspires me to write.
Our house’s brick has reds, browns, and beiges.
This is one of my favorite blouses. I probably wear it too often.
I’m wild about this button-covered purse!
Keyboards excite me; the kinds with letters, as well as with notes.
This is my springy, embroidered comforter.
Books. They’re everywhere.
The Greek Key and wave motifs captured my heart when I found this antique gentleman’s wardrobe in a local shop. This is the top, left panel of this art deco piece from Britain.