Spring Training #1-Exercising Our Faith-Honor Our Bodies

Spring Training. All the baseball teams gearing up for the game. Getting ready, letting go of what doesn’t work and training for the new season. I am in a period…

Learning What We Live

      I came across this picture on Pinterest. I remember how true it is. And then I remember that anything I learned as a kid can be unlearned.…

Are You Ready for Your Suddenly?

Suddenly – that is the Word I woke up with in my spirit today. Suddenly can mean: quickly or unexpectedly a happening without warning or delay instantly, all of a…

Soul Ties

Imagine a rope holding you to another. You could be attached to a good friend or an enemy. Soul ties can be healthy, like in a marriage or close friendship,…

You Can’t Drown a Rubber Duck

You can’t drown a rubber duck. Really. This post may be a bit out of the ‘norm’ for me. But it’s true.  Today is D-Day. Foreclosure day.  We have to…

Who You Are

Ever wonder who you are? I have. My sister-in-law Kris sent me this video this morning on FB. I cried happy tears…I love you all my friends, watch and be…

Journal Entries from a Former Domestic Violence Victim

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.  I have not posted on this subject yet this month, but today I want to share a few entries from my journal.  Someone you…

Change Your Clothes

What are you wearing these days? That’t the question that came to me this morning.  I think it’s time we change our clothes. At least I need to, Idk about…

Rewrite the Ending to Your Story

Do you like to read? Have you ever read a book and got all the way to the ending only to be disappointed with the way the Author finished the…

Potpourri of Thoughts

“There is nothing so dangerous as a wounded animal…” -24 “It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.” ― Frederick Douglass “Depression is not caused by…

He is Greater

He is Greater than whatever you are facing today.  He is greater than sickness, He is greater than fear, He is greater than doubt, He is greater than poverty!  Trust…

Not my Circus, Not My Monkeys

Not my circus, not my monkeys. What do I mean by that? I don’t have to play. I don’t have to answer. I don’t have to pay the admission to…