Have you ever wondered why we seem to look for perfection in this life? No matter how much we accomplish, we strive for the perfect life. God wired our spirits with a double dose of cravings for perfection in this life. Our first dose was at creation where our spirits were created to live with […]
For as long as I can remember, I’ve been a busy girl. A doer. In the race between the tortoise and the hare, I’m definitely the hare. To run at any other pace than full-speed-ahead was tough, even stressful. Relaxing and doing nothing felt like I was doing something wrong.
A couple of weeks ago I watched my daughter walk down a flower-edged aisle dressed in crystal beads and lace. With her final step, she let go of her father’s steady arm and locked eyes with the man who captured her heart. She was radiant. And he was in awe as he gazed upon his […]
I barely made it through the front door. The tears welling up on the drive from work began to slide down my cheeks the moment I crossed the threshold and closed the door behind me.
We’ve all been there. In “that situation”. The one that leaves our head hanging a bit low and takes the spring out of our step.
Father’s Day is upon us and sometimes that’s not the best day for daddyless daughters.
I was driving on a lonely two-lane stretch across the middle of the state of Florida. It had been a tough week and I was more than tired. Stuck behind a semi tractor-trailer traveling at a snail’s pace, my patience was wearing thin. It felt like I would never get home. Finally, a passing lane […]
My eyes shot open in shock and awe. I kept reading. Award … Blogging award … Blogging award for me! What? Me? I’ve only been blogging for a month and a half! There are awards for this?
We’ve all done it. At one time or another, usually around this time of year, we decide to change some things in our life. And we’re serious about it. So serious that we commit it to paper. We make lists or even step-by-step plans. We publicly share it with others. We make an earnest commitment […]
He awkwardly settled into my office chair and gave me “that look”. That look that speaks volumes without words. That look that said, You’re probably not going to like what I’m about to say. He was right. I didn’t like it.