Have you noticed how we crave certainty and information? Totally natural. But I have noticed some irony from time to time. I had a friend that was single, and as she was dating and going through the adventure that adult
I have discovered I am a “pick me” girl. Leading my high school girl’s small group helps me stay super current and hip on my teen lingo. (Using the words “cool,” “hip,” or “lingo,” somewhat negates that last sentence.) According
Mousey with T-Rex Arms
“Why do you always do that?” This was a question from Sal the other day as we were getting ready to leave for church. “Do what?” Remember a few years ago when Sal made a similar comment about how I
The Art of Comparison
I was misquoted. Someone attributed the quote, “Comparison is the thief of joy.” to me, rather than President Theodore Roosevelt. It’s okay, one of my pet peeves is how Abraham Lincoln is attributed a line that actually comes from Jesus.
What I learned from a Facebook Argument…
I avoid social media arguments as much as possible. Aside from reading through a string of comments for entertainment, I generally scroll right past an inflammatory statement or post. But the other day, for whatever reason, I got into a
Holy Week is the final week of the liturgical season of Lent (the time between Ash Wednesday and Easter). To intentionally set aside time to reflect or practice your faith during Holy Week is to journey through the final week
Traditions. I literally cannot hear, type, or speak that word without hearing the song from “Fiddler on the Roof.” I have been asked to do a Holy Week study or daily posting. The request, “Would you write or share about
Who told you that?
Back to our story (in reference to previous post)…“But the Lord God called to the man, ‘Where are you?’ He answered, “I heard you in the garden, and I was afraid because I was naked; so I hid.”And God said,
We typically see distractions as a negative. We have a plan, and an unexpected interruption not only causes us to pause our activities, but diverts our attention and thinking. Distractions can even divert plans all together. Different than a delay
A thought on a thought…
I posted asking, “What’s on your mind?” and this was one of the responses. Let’s jump in: “So I started doing an exercise program and realized a fallacy in my mindset. The program is called control freak and its really