Today I am grateful: For this wonderful amazing man who I married, and the, ahem, amazing time we had last night. 🙂 For my beautiful Baby Girl and her bright energy, and love and kindness she adds to our lives. For my home – we can’t afford to really maintain and look after her, but I am… Continue reading #21DAYSOFTHANKS – Day 2
Yes, I have been harping about positive thinking, and being grateful for what you have in life for a while now. And the more blogs I read, the more I am aware of what is going on in social media, the more I am becoming convinced that finally we have cottoned on (or perhaps still in the… Continue reading A revolution!
Why me? There are often times I ask myself, Why do I battle with anxiety? Why have I gone through these last terrible years? Am I normal? Am I the only one? And while I can see how my past has allowed the pieces of the puzzle to fit together in such a way that… Continue reading Cultivating Gratitude and Positive Thinking!
Another great deception… Further to my recent post on the Great Deceiver, I find myself seeing many ways in which Satan deceives us, tells us lies, whispers in our ears that which he knows will harm and destroy us. And one of the biggest, and most harmful lies to me is that of the Big… Continue reading The Great Catholic Debate
I have felt very sad since I discovered a secret about my mother that I am sure she would not have wanted me to know. You see, my mother divorced my father after 33 years of marriage, because I was happy on my honeymoon. The negative impact of that you just can’t imagine – on… Continue reading Feeling ashamed.
The other day, I read an article written by Sheila Wray Gregoire, the author of 31 Days to Great Sex that has really been playing over and over in my mind. And although she relates it to marriage specifically, I think it is true in any area of life. But, as you will read, it’s… Continue reading The author and finisher of our faith!
Daily Devotionals Daily: 21 Jan 2014 “To have faith is to be sure of the things we hope for, to be certain of the things we cannot see.” Hebrews 11:1 The faith of Christians, unlike comparative religion’s faith, is a dynamic that we need to take hold of. It may seem that the odds are loaded… Continue reading I can’t find the sun…