Wow. August turned out to be busier than I expected. I’m not going to make a lofty goal of posting everyday for September, because I already missed yesterday! I had a few planned busy-ish days, but didn’t post everyday like I wanted. However, I did get my act together with some personal things. That’s the… Read More
In case you didn’t catch it, the ‘DUH’ is my own emphasis. There’s been so much going on around the world and within America. I’ve had a variety of moments come to mind – some amazing, some not so amazing. If anything, it’s made me more grateful for having been taught how to love and… Read More Treat others the same way you want them to treat you, DUH. (Luke 6:31)
I’ve recently had an interesting moment – The Little Sister wanted to take a stroll through a nearby cemetery, so her and her friend were looking up the addresses to determine which ones they’ve visited. Apparently, Google allows you to rate cemeteries. “I’ll only be buried in a 5 star cemetery. Nothing less,” said the… Read More Cemetery Conversations
Listen to this, Job; stand still and consider the wonders of God. – Job 37:14 AMP Be still and know (recognize, understand) that I am God. I will be exalted among the nations! I will be exalted in the earth. – Psalm 46:10 AMP Today’s culture states if you aren’t doing something you’re lazy. If… Read More be still.
In 21 days I turn 32. I’m still single. In fact, it’s been 10 years since my last serious relationship. At first, I chose not to date because I was starting a new career and a lot of change was taking place in my life. I didn’t want to add another human into it. Then… Read More 32 & Single
Officially, all of my Christmas visiting is done! I’ve never had it extend so far into January before. Once upon a time I had mentioned that I would do a post on my crocheted gifts and I’m starting to compile all the photos and patterns. I like making Christmas gifts and making custom things… Read More Creating New Habits for Mental & Physical Health
I’m not the best at memorizing things. I’m the worst. But I’ll remember all sorts of random bits I hear/listen to from podcasts while I shake my fist at excel spreadsheets. I’ll be honest! I remember in 8th grade Miss Quigg had us memorize poems on a weekly basis. We also had to memorize Longfellow’s… Read More Sunday Reflections