This past Thursday was my favorite holiday of all: Thanksgiving. I love the idea of taking a day to reflect and be grateful for all the blessings in our lives, all while eating super yummy and overly carby food. Sometimes, it’s easy to find things to be thankful for. The food before us; the … Continue reading THANKFULNESS
I've only been blogging for about two months now, and I'm already having an identity crisis about how I should be blogging. Don't get me wrong, I've loved sharing with you what God has been showing me over the past two months, but I feel like in some ways I haven't been writing a blog … Continue reading IDENTITY CRISIS
I’d like to think that I am a pretty loyal and dedicated friend. I may not be as close to some friends as I once was, which happens as people grow up and move away, but when I do reunite with those I was once close to, it is like we never left one … Continue reading SPEAK FOR YOURSELF
Yesterday, I participated in my second half marathon. Last year I was able to run most of the 13.1 miles, but due to injury, this year I walked the race. The concern of having the race cancelled was on a lot of people's minds. Forecasters predicted rain with a chance of lightning. The rain wasn't … Continue reading THROUGH THE STORM?
There is something beautiful about listening to music on a 45. Now, I may not be old enough to remember when 45's came out (for those of you who don't know what a 45 is, it's a record that was listened to at 45 revolutions per minute... KNOW YOUR ROOTS!!!), but I can appreciate the … Continue reading FORTY-FIVE
I've been reading through the book of Genesis in my daily devotional time, and God brought this really mind blowing thing to my attention. Okay, so let me back up a little, and I do mean little because, well, there isn't anything else before Genesis, right? I digress. I've gotten to the story of Abram. … Continue reading BREAK BREAD & MOVE
I think I’ve always had a way with words in some form or fashion. When I was younger, I would use words to my benefit to get out of sticky situations. Mainly, I would talk my way out of consequences with my parents. I’m the youngest and the only girl, so clearly I never did … Continue reading FAKING IT