Have you ever gone through a season of infirmity? One thing happens, and then another, and another, and stuff is popping up everywhere in your body. It feels like that game Whack-A-Mole! Let’s go backwards in time to 2018. I had an awesome job at a large company and was training the new hires. I loved it, guess it must be the teaching in me. … Continue reading Jesus Healed Me and He Can Heal You Too!
I’m so tired of being fearful. How about you? Every time I turn on the news I cringe in fear. I am afraid that more people are going to get shot, fear that the hate is going to continue with the violent protests and the massive shootings. There are more and more people that Many false prophets will appear and mislead many. Because lawlessness is increased, … Continue reading How to Get Past Your Fear and Find Your Anchor
I took my son to Physical Therapy last week. He recently broke both of the bones in his lower right leg. After the Dr. we stopped to pick up lunch for the ride back. We walked in the restaurant and I noticed there were 2 girls in front of us who were ordering. They had to be around 16 or so. One girl had purple … Continue reading What is with the Inflammatory T-shirts?
We all have struggles in this crazy world. Sometimes hints just happen that make no sense. For a control freak like me it drives me crazy! I like it when things go good, life sticks to the -lan, and life is well with the world. I must admit, that is rarely the case in my life. This year has proven that right? Whoever would have … Continue reading Dealing with COVID in 2020
Remember Job? I can relate to this guy lately. I wrote about my heart attack here on 4/21/20. That was 6 days in the hospital. 4 weeks later I had another heart episode on 5/29/20 and had to go back to the Hospital. That was another 4 days. That’s 10 days out of 30 that I spent in the Hospital. It was kind of a … Continue reading Sitting in the Dust waiting for My Miracle
It was last Tuesday, April 21, 2020. My husband’s 55th birthday. The day did NOT go as planned to say the least. I had been sleeping upstairs again. I had been vomiting for the last 3 nights and tried to sleep in the recliner. It wasn’t working. I had not been able to keep anything down that day, not even a cracker. It felt like … Continue reading It Didn’t Feel Like a Heart Attack
One of the most important lessons I learned from fighting the Ebola outbreak in Liberia is that you have to prepare before an epidemic has reached … I Helped Fight the Ebola Outbreak in Liberia. Here’s What It Takes to Conquer a Pandemic Continue reading I Helped Fight the Ebola Outbreak in Liberia. Here’s What It Takes to Conquer a Pandemic
Grief, it comes in waves. One moment I am fine, and the next I am crying like a little baby. There is no way to get through this valley of Grief without it changing you. I have been silent for a while now. The sound of silence is deafening. How can silence be so loud? We all grieve differently. Some have been through it so … Continue reading The Sound of Silence – Walking Through Grief
I am sure you have met one, a person who absolutely did not want to change. You can love them all you want, give them all the tools for personal growth, but they are not interested. You may want the best for someone but they don’t want it for themselves. Life lesson learned – you can’t change someone who does not want to be changed. … Continue reading Life Lesson Learned – You Can’t Change Someone Who Does Not Want to be Changed
It was an ordinary morning, until I opened the door to let our dog Max out. He is still a puppy at 6 months old. It had snowed overnight here in Wisconsin. Then it occurred to me, Max has never seen snow! I could not resist taking a video of him and his first look at snow. He is a Borderjack, a mix between Border … Continue reading Filled With Awe and Wonder
I don’t know about you, but my heart hurts for the people in the midst of Hurricane Dorian. I live in the Midwest. I have never been in a hurricane. I can’t even imagine. But I can pray for all of the people impacted by Hurricane Dorian. 3 WAYS TO PRAY FOR THOSE IN HURRICANE DORIAN’S PATH 1. PRAYERS FOR PROTECTION “The God of my … Continue reading 3 Ways to Pray for those in Hurricane Dorian’s Path
I have to remind myself that God’s love is greater than any challenge I face. Sometimes I forget. Here is a poem/song I wrote way back in 2010. Recently our JAM Praise Band has started sharing our original songs. This is the first one I shared. Here is our band playing – no editing or Melodyne – just a group of us who love Jesus! … Continue reading God’s Love