I’ve said this before: grieving is extremely, excruciatingly, confusingly hard, but despite it all, He is forever good. As I mourn the passing of yet another friend, I’m reminded of this truth. This post is for you, Lucas. Thursday August 1, 2019 2:25 pm Lucas Alexander Todd, I remember meeting for the first time at … Continue reading A Letter to Lucas
For the longest time, I’ve always cared what people think. When I got social media, the comparison and care of others opinions of me only got worse. I spent so much time posting things I thought people would like to the point that if a post didn’t get a certain number of likes, I deleted … Continue reading Just be who God made you to be
Someday, the trumpet will sound. Someday, we will go up the staircase Someday, we will enter the pearly, white gate. Someday, we will walk the streets of gold. Someday, we will meet Jesus face to face and see our faithful loved ones. Someday, there will be no more sorrow- no more pain. Someday, we will … Continue reading Someday.
For most of May, I have been reading in the book of Deuteronomy and I can say with confidence that it has become one of my favorite books. I knew a lot of the stories and remember reading it a long time ago in my Sunday bible school class, but I never actually sat down and … Continue reading Deuteronomy Discoveries
In times of distress, I am drawn to read Psalm 77. In the first nine verses, the writer is in anguished perplexity because God has failed to respond to his unceasing and urgent prayers. He is too troubled to sleep or speak and his thoughts will not go away. He feels rejected by God. I … Continue reading Yep, God did that.
This post is a bit different than most of my others but lately I've gotten a few questions on how I manage to look nice and still have appropriate clothing, especially in warm weather! I took it to Instagram to see if others had questions also and got many responses! So I thought I would … Continue reading Dress for Success
After the passing of my dear friend, Mary Joy, and my cousin, Josh, I have done a lot of thinking and I have finally come to a conclusion: grieving is extremely, excruciatingly, confusingly hard but despite it all, He is forever good. My initial response when Josh died was shock and then awareness. I realized … Continue reading He is Forever Good