You've all heard the saying, "Curiosity killed the cat!" But I think that little ditty is due for a revision. Comparison is the real killer, wouldn't you agree? Man, it's so funny how God works. I just taught on this topic at the Impact Women's Conference in Nevada just last month, and yet it's still … Continue reading Comparison killed the cat
Okay, Readers... it's time we take a few steps onto some dangerous ground together. If you're a regular reader of my blog, you know that I've been on a hiatus this past month. We've been on a pretty intense travel schedule between my work and my husband's rescue efforts (a story for another blog), and … Continue reading Dangerous ground
"Against the wind We were runnin' against the wind We were young and strong, we were runnin' against the wind." I love that song. Well, I love the Forrest Gump soundtrack anyway. And of course the lyrics to this song fit perfectly with my blog today because not only am I an official 'runner' now- … Continue reading Against the wind
Last night was my monthly women's huddle. I have the great pleasure of leading a small group of Impact Women who are bound and determined to change their life! No small responsibility, I assure you, but I am learning just as much as they are on this path to self discovery and self mastery. And … Continue reading What’s the point?
I hate that song. I'm sorry if it's your favorite Christmas song, but I'm definitely not a fan. Is it new? I think I heard it for the first time last year, and now there are covers of it! Are there really multiple recordings of this terrible ballad? I can't get into it because although … Continue reading Mary, did you know?
Have you ever been attacked? I'm talking about the kind of attack, where you're going about your day as if nothing is out of the ordinary, and all of the sudden someone shows up and scares you to your core. They hold a gun to your head, and they make you question absolutely every decision … Continue reading Attacked
About two years ago we put the first house we ever bought on the market. We have been so very blessed by God. Sometimes I don't understand it. I often find myself just in awe of what He has done in my life... both before and since I've known Him. But alas, Thomas and I … Continue reading Transplants