As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday tomorrow, I hope so many of you are getting ready to spend time with friends and family. I also hope you will literally take some time to give thanks. So often we get busy and forget that gratitude makes a difference in all that we do. Previously I have mentioned how Ann Voskamp has made such an impact on me.
You might have noticed that it’s been a little quiet around the blog last week. Not because I didn’t have anything to say. I always have something to say. But sometimes we have to evaluate what is on our plate and make a different plan. That is what happened to me last Sunday. I had applied for a short-term seasonal job administering flu vaccines at local schools. I
I am still searching for answers and weary of the seeking as my knees hit the floor, again. With eyes still groggy from the pre-dawn nudge to get up, again, for my morning quiet time, I grab my journal and my bible. My heart heavy, I begin to pray. “God, you can change this situation, but you haven’t. And I don’t understand. Be merciful. Show me your love. Give me wisdom
We made it to the end of another week! Anyone else happy to see the weekend? It’s been another long and busy week here, and I am looking forward to some down time this weekend. As always, I’m on the lookout for some of my favorite things from the week! 1) Canva.I discovered this wonderful FREE graphic design site that is so simple, even I
Today, I’m connecting with Suzanne Eller’s blog for a #LifeFreeThursday linkup. It’s where bloggers meet up to encourage community and have a conversation around a single topic. This week’s topic is “I give up.” Giving up. For some us that is a really hard thing to do. For others, giving up is an easier task. No judgment either way. Because sometimes we are too hardheaded for
I walked again yesterday and the day before and the day before that. I don’t want to toot my own horn, but for someone who has not exercised consistently in the last few years, this is a big step. And you know what got me moving? I set a goal. A friend had posted a link to a #November50miles challenge on Facebook the other day.
Trust. It’s a word that packs a world of emotions and meaning for just five little words. According to Dictionary.com, trust is “reliance on the integrity, strength, ability, surety, etc., of a person or thing; confidence.” I’ve been contemplating what it means to truly trust God. I wrote a little post the other day about a new habit in my life and how it has impacted