I have been mulling over this blog post for quite some time. I may have even written notes on it but getting it written hasn’t happened until today. Why today? Because yet again, I was reminded of it while watching a friend’s live video on Facebook. She is trying to change some things in her … More Baby Steps for Change
As I get older, I am more inclined to believe that instead of each of us having a specific mission in life, it is more that we live our lives in worship to Him. That whatever we do, whether it’s to raise a family, work a job, etc… that we dedicate it all to Him … More My Mission in Life?
The more I depend on God and stay close to Him throughout the day by reading His word and talking to Him through prayer, the better chance I have at living the way He wants me to. When I try to do things in my own power, that’s when I fall. Through my weakness and … More The Battle Is Not Over
My husband is a very wise man and saw the dangers and foolishness of social media a long time ago. He has resisted becoming enmeshed in it and I see the value of that. A simpler life. A more content soul. A more productive way of living. … More Too Many Words?
This morning I find myself, as I often do, fed up with people. I am an introvert and too much interaction with people drains me. Social media especially drains me and I have to be careful to limit myself on there. I conducted a 2 week fast from facebook about a month ago. I had … More People Full
Your family reunion looks like the local chapter of AA Every get-together is an occasion to get drunk. The holiday doesn’t begin until the booze is opened. The day after every holiday brings a hangover. Tailgating becomes the main event, instead of the game. You can’t imagine a party without alcohol. You don’t remember details … More You Might Have a Drinking Problem If: