We tend to be our own worst critics. 2018 was a hard year for me. I wasn’t very nice to myself to say the least. My word for last year was healing, and I did a lot of healing, but I also went through a lot of hurts. Some of my hurt was caused by others and some was caused by my own doing. I found this quote the other day.. Continue reading
I was in a small group awhile back and the person leading would ask us, “How is your soul?” I always dreaded this question because let’s be real here, you had to actually come up with a somewhat vulnerable answer and could not just reply with “good” or “fine.” Continue reading
I’ve been hooked on this song recently. It is by Old Dominion No Such Thing As A Broken Heart. It talks about loving like there is no such thing as a broken heart. Wouldn’t that be great if you could do that? You wouldn’t put walls up and become guarded. You wouldn’t become jaded when it comes to trusting people and putting yourself out there. Continue reading
This thought has been brewing in my mind lately about what can I do to be a better person, to be a better Christ-Follower and it dawned on me that even though I’m living in a time of social media and selfies I need to learn to be more authentic. It’s okay to let people know when you are having a rough go at things. You don’t need to paint that ‘picture perfect’ life, because it doesn’t exist. Continue reading
You ever have those moments in life where you just
break? You tell yourself you are fine and that you are strong. For awhile this is true, or at least you portray it to be true, but then something happens and everything comes crashing to the surface at once and you become undone. Continue reading
It’s the way he lights up when I open my eyes in the morning. He gives me that toothy grin before he comes in strong with a headbutt to the chest. Because he hasn’t quite figured out how to give hugs. Continue reading
We are all human right? And because we are all human we want nothing more than to be loved. We want our friends to love us, we want our family to love us, and we want someone special to love us. But what happens when you don’t feel like your personality will be enough, for someone to love?