My Vegetable Garden. His Heart

This is our vegetable garden! ⁣⁣God continues to speak abundance over me this year. My overfilled, crazy, messy garden reminds me of what He has promised me this year. This year has been painful in so many ways. I realize that some things must die in order for resurrection to occur. But this is soContinue reading “My Vegetable Garden. His Heart”

Breaking Up With Easy- choosing Love and Grit!

For most of my life, I have protested anything very difficult. I somehow had this fairytale image in my mind that a perfect, faith-filled life meant that there would be zero strife, and everyone would like me and my family. Oh boy, was I believing lies! Nothing about the past 20 years or more hasContinue reading “Breaking Up With Easy- choosing Love and Grit!”

10 Years! (Dear Husband)

Dear Husband, I know today could be passed by by most people. But our 10 years are a BIG deal! When I reflect on this day 10 years ago, I was filled with excitement of a dream coming true as well as the weight of how serious this covenant I was walking into. It hasContinue reading “10 Years! (Dear Husband)”

Enjoy. Pt 2 of God’s Steady Heartbeat

In my previous post, God’s Steady Heartbeat, 2020 , I wanted to go into further detail about one paragraph: “Let us not give up what has yet to happen in 2019. Let us enjoy our favorite holiday beverage (coffee anyone?), sit back and see what God will do. As we pray, as we go toContinue reading “Enjoy. Pt 2 of God’s Steady Heartbeat”

When God Takes Away

Have you ever felt like God was taking things away from you? The past year has been a life-changing year. My heart has been broken and wrecked in ways I never thought possible. Unimaginable things have occurred, both good and bad. We are still staring evil in the face. God’s gaze is my focal point.Continue reading “When God Takes Away”

What My 3.5-hr Haircut Taught Me

I had already had to cancel my dinner plans and my semi-damp hair was only half cut. An hour had come and gone. The only thing that was complete was a magnificent hair wash and the back of my hair trimmed. If my layers and bangs were to be next I figured I would beContinue reading “What My 3.5-hr Haircut Taught Me”

Mother’s Day…

Sigh. This day is full of many emotions. When we were children we never knew what our Mommas were feeling or going through. But the truth is that they often were grieving or struggling in some way. Sure, many years were great when this day came but so many brave souls overcame a day feelingContinue reading “Mother’s Day…”