I’ve been thinking about choices for the last two days. I was playing a card game called “Whot” with my hubby and I won three or four games in a row. He said “You’re good.” I took a breath and smiled. Then thought, am I good? Or am I just lucky? The next game, I … Continue reading Choices: A Sunday Sermon
We live in a society that perpetuates our need for affirmation yet criticizes us when we continuously seek it. From infancy, we’re groomed to satisfy others and make them proud. Our teachers, our bosses, our parents, our friends - our kids. Our entire school career depends on us making good decisions, staying … Continue reading Who You Do It For?
We peaked around the corner of the small trees, afraid of what we may find coming towards us. I didn't recognize the little girl with me but she felt familiar. She had pale white skin and short blonde hair, I think. We stayed hidden in the trees quietly breathing for just a few seconds before … Continue reading What You Runnin’ From?
Maturity is a strange thing. Defined as “perfect condition” or “full development”, we rarely consider maturation (or the lack thereof) as a reason for why we don’t have what we desire, when we desire it. I believe maturity is something we continue to strive towards. It’s fulfillment changes just as we change. For example, I … Continue reading Power of Perfect Timing
"I'm nothing more than a housewife. Cleaning and raising children will be what my life consists of for the next 20 years. I'll commit to leisurely writing and occasional conversations encouraging others to pursue their passion." These were the … Continue reading Nothing More Than A Housewife