“There is an emotional satisfaction when I know there is a cross. There is a hill called Calvary. There is a suffering Savior. There is a relationship where He gives me comfort. God doesn’t conquer in spite the dark mysteries of evil—He conquers through it. He conquers through evil and pain and suffering and makes … Continue reading Encouragement During Uncertain Times
Have you ever woke up in the middle of the night and you just couldn’t go back to sleep? 🙋🏻♀️ Oddly, that actually happened to me the night before my sister got married. I woke up at 4 in the morning and to my dismay didn’t go back to sleep. So I did what I … Continue reading What A Surprise, It Happened Again!
About five months ago, before everything shut down, I had an opportunity to go to a Lauren Daigle concert with my friend. We were beyond excited. I had ordered the tickets way back in December and we had been counting down the days. At the time I ordered the tickets, my youngest sister was very … Continue reading The Lord Speaking to Me At A Lauren Daigle Concert? Say, What?
Life is hard. Unfair. Discouraging. Uncertain. We all can agree and relate with these words I just listed. Recently, I have been thinking about anthems in general but also anthems in my own life. We all know the National Anthem, and it reminds us of those who have died for our freedom to live in … Continue reading A Glimpse Into My Prison of Peace and Praise
Have you ever been going through a difficult season in life and nobody else in your life can even imagine what you face everyday? In May, my Botox completely wore off and my body started twisting like a pretzel. I have to start pulling my eyes open because they’re squinting uncontrollably, so I can see … Continue reading He Can Sustain Your Situation
As several of you have noticed, I haven’t been writing on my blog lately. I just didn’t have peace about writing about the COVID-19 crisis and how it didn’t change my life drastically like it has others, until today. But before I write about that, I want to thank the people in my life who … Continue reading An Unexpected Blessing From A Complete Stranger
Recently, my parents and I found a presentation my third grade teacher, Mrs Nancy Simpson gave in 2002 at a teachers workshop. We found it very interesting because you see, she wrote about the year I was in her awesome third grade class. Mrs Nancy Simpson is a teacher I’ll never forget. She was like … Continue reading From My Third Grade Teacher’s Perspective
It’s funny (odd, not ha-ha funny) how things change yet stay the same. Here’s a lighthearted example. I was recently looking through the old scrapbooks I made when I was a kid. I found a picture of me doing the “this is me” pose with a big grin on my face. That picture was taken … Continue reading Struggling With The “I Can’t” Syndrome?
For me, every year in December and January I know I’ll be in the season of depression. It’s like a switch in my brain is flipped and there’s nothing I can do to stop it. December and January are also times for me to reflect on the past year and to set goals for the … Continue reading Reflection About Depression
Technology has made my life better. Remember when texting started to be popular in 2008? A lot of people thought it was horrible because it was a different way of communicating. I on the other hand couldn’t wait to turn 18 so I could get a phone. But in 2010 my parents heard about this … Continue reading How Dare I…