Thanksgiving. 🙂 Happy Thanksgiving ya’ll! Hope your hearts are turned to what you have and not what you feel you’re missing out on. Today we’re gonna gather round the table and say what we’re thankful for. I’m going to tell you some things I’m extremely thankful for but I don’t mention enough! I am a… Continue reading Thanks, Lord!
Life is beautiful. I’m such a hopeless (but don’t want to be helped) romantic! I just love how God works in our lives when we let Him. Today is a GORGEOUS nearly-fall day…I could write sonnets and have a personal picnic. Why is it that God is so good and gives us such beauties and… Continue reading A Rant on the State of Things
Big picture? It’s the little pictures; all put together.
A small village town – the farmers walk around and carry their tools on their backs. Little boys and little girls follow the fathers and mothers about the busy village. Women clutch their babies near their chests with their bright cloths wrapped tight around them. I take a deep breath and I feel the spot… Continue reading Policy – A Story Lost
So, hello friends. Here’s an update on my journey…I know, I’ve been posting videos and passion, so I think it’s time to let ya’ll know where I’m at. So, first of all, I want to say God opened MANY doors closed before to get me here, where I am today, spiritually and physically as well.… Continue reading When Doors Are Closing – Windows Too!
When I was 10 years old I was in a play called “Passport to the World” it was my first play aside from the Christmas nativity story every Church kid has ever been in. 🙂 We had to draw Chinese characters for the fruits of the Spirit. I always wondered if Karla (the director) had… Continue reading Self-Control….and why did she pick me?
My Oma died of diabetes related problems last month. It was hard to say good-bye. She lay there ‘asleep’ for around a week with no response to our words and tears on her soft hands. During that time God gave me personal signs of His presence in different ways. And for others He did the… Continue reading One Step Closer…she made it home