In a particular week where I have been feeling frustrated over lack of time to write, lack of time to spend by myself and tensions were rising within me, I had this kind of aha moment, which may not be that aha-ish to you (is that even a word?) but it was a DING DING... Continue Reading →
Anger is such a misunderstood emotion to me. I am going to admit lately I seem to have struggled with waves of anger. Everything from political issues to issues on the home front, it has been a challenge for me to stay cool. Somedays I am not mad at certain situations and other days no... Continue Reading →
From my feeble Google search, I determined it was Banksy, an English artist, who coined the phrase, "If you get tired, learn to rest. Not to quit." It was about a month ago, in the middle of the month of May, I was scrolling through my Instagram feed and this message popped out at me... Continue Reading →
Happy Nurses Week! And Teachers Week! And any other profession out there who serves those in our community. I applaud you. Hard to believe I have been a nurse for 13 years. Some days I feel like I am just getting started and other days I feel like I have been doing this a million... Continue Reading →
As a result of helping someone else to clear their clutter, God has revealed how to help me clean my own.
I love Easter. To me it is a time of renewed sense of who we are in Christ and what He did for us. It also means cascarones, chocolate Easter bunnies and family dinners. A few of my favorite things. But I can't help but think of my own redemption story. Each of us has... Continue Reading →
Psalm 46:10 Be still, and know that I am God.... Facing the quiet is not about being quiet but facing the quiet moments with God. Those uncomfortable moments where God presses the "pause button" and begins to deal with the realities of His will versus my agenda. It is in these moments that God has... Continue Reading →
Today is day 3 of 5 in my week of giving thanks. Today I am thankful for my daughter, Makayla. My daughter was born when I was 21 years old, I was just a kid. I was in college and did not have a real job, did not yet have a degree or training in any... Continue Reading →