The last few weeks have brought about several highs and lows for me, and despite my efforts to remain calm and poised, my emotions have been swinging right along with my life. It’s not that something horrific has happened, but rather, there’s been a lot of little situations that on their own are nothing, but … More Angrily Thankful
Yesterday, I did a whole bunch of things I’ve never done before. At least, never by myself, but I knew that the time had come for me to start doing things on my own, and surprisingly, I had a blast. For those of you who don’t know, I’m an introvert. I like being alone, I … More A Date With Myself
I know, the title is a little weird, but I think that this is something that needs to be addressed. Christians are human. We are flesh and blood, and just like every other human, we have emotions, we mess up, we make mistakes, and sometimes we breakdown. We brush our teeth and wash our faces, … More Are Christians Even Human?
This past weekend I was blessed with the opportunity to attend Lifest in Oshkosh, WI. I went on Saturday with my sister and two wonderful ladies from church (who actually gave us the tickets!) and we spent the day wandering around the grounds, stuffing ourselves on fair food, and listening to God’s word, both spoken … More What is Your Message? – My Lifest Experience
Do you ever feel like you’re not accepted? That you have to change a part of yourself to please those around you? It’s like the very pieces and oddities that come together to make the beautiful creation known as ‘you,’ they want to change, or throw away. I’ve been there. I know exactly how that … More It’s Okay To Be You
I recently saw a quote on Facebook that said ‘I asked God why He was leading me out on such deep waters. He replied, “Because your enemies can’t swim.”‘ Or something like that. But it made me stop and think. Could it be that the trial we think is going to be the end of … More Satan Can’t Swim
Writer Problems I have a confession to make, and I hope I’m not alone in this. I hope I’m not the only writer out there who struggles with this problem, to the point of driving everyone around me mad. It’s taking everything I have to write this, every last bit of strength to confess my … More