Confession time. Many of you have noticed that I have been sort of in a hibernation state the past year. I can spill it all out cause you know I wear my heart on my sleeve, but geez who wants that doom and gloom. OR - just know that there are some things that RL… Continue reading Confession Time – I wear my heart on my sleeve
Who Told You That? Who told you that you are worthless? Who told you that you could never do that? Who told you that bad things could never happen to good people? This little southern lady full of passion, Beth Moore, spells it out! It's in Black and White that we are loved! We are… Continue reading Who told you that? Like UGH! Really?
Do you know what that means? An excerpt from the book "Finding Your Voice" Written by: Natalie Grant Shakespeare famously said that all the world is a stage. With the rise of Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and more, there is rarely a moment in our lives that isn’t recorded or shared. Often, of our own… Continue reading All the world is a stage
I have told you all many times that I feel so stuck living in Northern Virginia next door to the Joneses, and well, being friends with them, that it's hard to not be able to keep up. I struggle with having to turn down invites due to our financial status at the time, or trying… Continue reading Living next door to those Joneses…Geez!
Sure, I’ve done part my part in the world wide web of social media! I have liked and now LOVED my share of photos and left plenty of well-meaning comments, thrown around an array of emojis and shared my fill of inspirational quotes. I have been connected, to say the least. But, sadly, I haven’t… Continue reading Social, but oh so lonely!
I asked my friend if I could share her post of an Easter message with you, when I read it yesterday it truly touched me and I can't get it out of my mind. Her words speak the meaning of what Easter is truly about. She also speaks of Easter as the day that Mike,… Continue reading Painful, Humiliating and Miraculous