Yesterday. I waited 40 minutes to get my car washed. 40 minutes. But it seriously was not that big of a deal to me. I have waited much longer for greater desires of my heart. 40 minutes is a drop in the bucket! In the midst of my wait I posted my status on social… Continue reading At the Car Wash
I started making a power point of all of the highlights from this year. I know, I know, this is super Type A. But that’s what happens when you’re type A and come home every night with energy to spare. What can I say, I always need a project. Every year at the end of… Continue reading Enjoying the Moment
I was asked recently if I would prefer to be a full time writer. I toiled over that question for about 24 hours and came to the conclusion that “No, I would not want to be a full time writer”. No diss to all the writers out there, it’s just that I realize I am… Continue reading A New Perspective
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So Holy Spirit has been speaking to me about having a vision for my life. I find that a little difficult b/c my experience in this area has caused me to put so many dreams and goals on hold. In the area of relationships/family/living residence/career/and spirituality. Everything has been submitted to Him and every choice… Continue reading Write the Vision, Make it Plain
This has by far been a FANTASTIC summer. Now summer has always been my favorite month. It’s like shaking off the layers of heavy apparel from winter and the negative temperatures is just what is needed to light up my life and put a smile on my face. I love to feel the warm sun… Continue reading SuMmER FuN 🙂
This journey in my career has been just that. A JOURNEY. I’ve been trekking upon the twists and turns of winding roads for the last 7 years with my faithful companion Jesus. This was the path He had chosen for me, not one I had imagined for myself. Early on in our journey I faced… Continue reading Walking Through Open Doors; Taking Dreams Down Off High Shelves
I guess as you get older you become more self-aware, more reflective, more…boring. LOL. At 30, I’m learning a lot about myself just by walking with Jesus and immersing myself in the community He’s surrounded me with. Iron sharpens iron and all that…But apparently there are people in the secular arena who made it their… Continue reading Life as a Type A