The older I get, the more wisdom I gain, and as my relationship with the Lord continues to evolve and grow, things just become much more simplified. I don’t worry about the things that I used to. Things that used to get me upset/worked up, things that used to hurt my feelings, etc. just don’t… Continue reading I Have Learned
Truly living is a choice
Grief is messy and ugly, but it’s our reality.
Perfection or peace?
My heart continues to look for you. It doesn’t understand the physical separation and wasn’t ready for you to go. My soul knows that you are at peace and assures me that we will meet again. As difficult as it is to accept, I won’t see you again this side of heaven. I will try… Continue reading Living for Two
You may feel weak and tired. You may feel lost and alone. You may be losing hope that things will ever get better, that you will ever truly be happy. Let me tell you, God sees you. He knows your heart, what you want and need. He hears the cries of your heart. Your pain… Continue reading Don’t Give Up
Start saying yes to yourself...
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I can't ignore the empty chair...
Change. It's inevitable! Sometimes change is exciting and at times, scary. It can be tough and uncomfortable to navigate through. It can also be easy to be derailed in transition. I'll give you an example. When I started this blog it was at a point in my life when change was exciting. I had a… Continue reading Change and Balance