What’s Keeping Me Sane (2019 Edition)

It is so easy to look at life and see what is driving us crazy or what needs to be fixed.  Today I am taking a step back and looking at what is keeping me sane right now.  This is my third year in joining Anne at Modern Ms. Darcy as she encourages others to share what is keeping them sane as the cold […]

Lessons About Connection: My Word for 2018

Some journeys take you exactly where you expect to go, but the best ones take you where you need to go.  Last year, I picked  “connection” as my word for 2018.  I knew I wanted to be more connected to God, my family, and my friends.  What I didn’t know is how much being connected to God was the key […]

A Reminder as Advent Starts

Has it ever seemed like a rug was just ripped out from under you, and you are flat on your back looking up? Maybe a relationship ended or someone you loved dearly died. Or maybe you lost your job or received a health diagnosis that will change how you live. Having the rug ripped out from under you really messes […]

Fall Links 2018

(photo credit: My honey) One of my favorite things each week is getting all comfy in my chair with my computer, notebook, and a glass of ice coffee.  For a few minutes which sometimes grows into an hour, I catch up on reading different blogs that I enjoy.  The topics range from recipes to Christian discipleship to book reviews.  One thing I […]

What I Learned In October (2018 Edition)

Today, it is Thanksgiving here in West Africa.  It is a national holiday usually celebrated by going to church for a time of thanksgiving.  Maybe later the family will gather for a meal together but nothing like we do in America.  The focus is on being thankful.  So I thought I would take a minute to list a few things that I am thankful […]

Sea Glass Musing

Do you ever feel like you have seasons where the waves are hitting you up against the rocks?  You feel beat up and washed out.  Life is hard.  It could be a difficult relationship, a frustrating job, a high-security environment, or even an illness that affects you or someone you love.  I both love and hate how the Bible has something to say about those […]

October Reads (2018 Edition)

This past week I read you can tell a lot about a person by the books on his or her bookshelf.  In my case, it would be the books on my kindle.  What would you find?  First of all, you would notice the Christian Living section but probably not realize that many still have not been opened. Then you might gravitate to […]

Fear(Less)

As I enter my fifties, I am hoping this decade will be different.  At first I thought I wanted to be fearless.  Maybe it was all the super hero movies this past year like Wonder Woman or Tomb Raider.  Or maybe it was the awesome women on my team who have battled in dark and hard places and who are as tough […]