The Greatest Opportunity Comes in Inconvenience…

Since moving, I have been trying to get into my new routine.  Each morning, I start my day with going to the near by park for a walk.  Needless to say, that is after I sit and have a few cups of coffee!  Today was one of those days that I had a lot on my list to do and didn’t need to waste any time.  So I headed out earlier than usual for my walk. Continue reading “The Greatest Opportunity Comes in Inconvenience…”

Letter to my Readers…

Dear Friends,

I know, it has been a long time since I have written to you. Life has been a little challenging-to say the least. I don’t think you have heard…but my husband and I are separated. Yeah, it’s been a rough road. He left me on the first of August, I knew it was coming…I just didn’t think he would follow through with the threat this time.

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The Day I Left Home…

John 14:26  But the Counselor, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, will teach you all things and will remind you of everything I have said to you.

As I think back on the last year of my life…this is the only scripture that can describe what God has done and is doing in my life.   Almost a year ago to date my family made one of the biggest, hardest decisions we have had to make.  We fretted over this decision for many, many months and much prayer and thought went into this decision.  Finally, out of pure faith we made the leap…and we left the church that we called “home”. Continue reading “The Day I Left Home…”

The Problem with Pain

This past week I went to the dentist to get some major work done on my teeth.  For two weeks prior to going to the dentist…I had such dread and anxiety.  I really do not like the dentist for the simple fact that I always walk away from the office in pain.  I don’t like pain! 

I especially don’t like pain that I knowingly walk into by choice.  I mean, really, who does that?  Continue reading “The Problem with Pain”

Hopeless Mess to Messy Hope!

I wish I could say that my childhood consisted of a great family, where love abounded and life was sweet.  To say it was, would be a lie.  I grew up in a home that was cold, abusive, and riddled with alcohol and drugs.  Needless to say, my childhood was a hopeless mess. Continue reading “Hopeless Mess to Messy Hope!”