I stood shaking and trembling. My fists were clenched tight – I could feel my nails digging into the palm of my hand. I was huddled in a corner of a room that had lots of wooden shelves and a wooden floor. There was a huge wooden desk in the corner of the room. Next… Continue reading Evicting the Snake!
It’s not really my place to comment on the recent shooting in America. Not only was I not there at the time, I am not an American. But, I can comment as a mom. And it doesn’t matter whether you’re black and white, when you’re a mom – the first thing you want to do is protect your… Continue reading I’m scared, Mama…
I battle with my weight. Ever since Baby Girl’s arrival on this planet, I have battled with my weight. Before her arrival, I was slender, and well toned. Now, I’m just fat. Well, truth be told, it’s not my weight I battle with – that’s just the result. I battle with eating. I can’t stop. Even… Continue reading Eat. As Jesus did.
Very often it is the little things strung together in one continuous motion of time that make life worthwhile. Like a good cup of coffee, reading a good book, a good chat with your man, a splendid sunrise… The major, life altering moments are significant as well, but we generally don’t experience those everyday. No, it’s… Continue reading The Little Things
I recently started following a blog called Equipping Godly Women, and I enjoy it because like myself, she is Protestant and her husband is Catholic. Recently she wrote a post about: How Should Christians Respond to Target’s Bathroom Policy? In the comments, a Teresa, who is a trans-gendered person, had this to say about the… Continue reading What are we to do?
There’s his side, her side and then there’s the truth. I love that quote. Everyone has a different perception of what is the truth. It is influenced by our current circumstances, our state of mind, our past, our thoughts, our perceptions, our physical abilities (or lack thereof)…
God created the world, and the heavens, and the stars, and all the fish, and animals, and water and air not by mixing magic potions, or scientific elements like a scientist in a laboratory, but quite simply by speaking.