There is so much to be grateful for… I am grateful that I have married a good man, who cares about me, and our family and actually desires to be with me… I am grateful that I believe in a good, kind and loving God who is actively involved in my life – even when… Continue reading Gratitude Mondays
Okay, I have borrowed the name from a friend of mine, who uses the Lady Grumpypants moniker for her own writing. The reason why I am using it now is because that is exactly how I felt all weekend. I was so bad that when Baby Girl pulled her earing skew and it started bleeding,… Continue reading Lady Grumpypants!
I know I usually blog my gratitude journal on a Monday, but work yesterday was simply a little too chaotic to ignore AND something special happened last night for which I need to express my gratitude. Yes, I had an amazing weekend – but last night, Baby Girl had her first sleepover at a friend’s… Continue reading He has never let me down!
Ever had that feeling where you’re so dog tired, it feels like you’re walking in fog? That’s how I have been feeling this weekend. Tired. Tired. Tired… But, gratitude does seem to give a burst of energy to one’s step, so without any further a due, herewith gratitude journal: I am grateful for an awesome… Continue reading Gratitude Mondays!
I find doing a gratitude journal rather blasé, to be honest. It gets tedious. Not all of us have grandiose things happening to us each and every day – things that make us stop and say, “Wow”. You know, like winning the lottery, or going on a dream cruise for up to a month, or… Continue reading Gratitude Mondays
I am, at the moment, busy working my way through a lovely little book called Me, Myself and Lies by Jennifer Rothschild. It’s a delightful book, full of wisdom, and wonderful advice on how to control your thoughts. This has been a long journey for me and I suspect I will be on this journey… Continue reading Look back – Forget Not His Benefits, O My Soul
Evil Forebodings by Joyce Meyer – posted April 10, 2017 All the days of the desponding and afflicted are made evil [by anxious thoughts and forebodings], but he who has a glad heart has a continual feast [regardless of circumstances]. —Proverbs 15:15 Shortly after I began to seriously study the Bible, I felt an oppressive… Continue reading Evil Forebodings