Have you ever felt like you’ve had a mid-life crisis your entire life? Do the blows of difficulty and pain seem unending? I’ve had a good life compared to most. Of course heartbreak and pain have been an ingredient, but also joy and laughter. However, as I near mid-life (still a few years off, don’t … Continue reading I’m a Survivor
What does truly making a difference look like? Does it come in the form of a large bank account or for that matter a small one? Does it come through our televisions and computers in the form of fame? Or does it come in the daily of our routines? Women (and men) live in a constant … Continue reading Legacy of a Woman
I was in line at Walgreens last night and saw a special edition of People Magazine that highlighted Princess Kate Middleton. Of course I bought it wanting to know all the behind the scenes I could. This morning on my way to work I heard a familiar song and the phrase that caught me was, … Continue reading Live Like a Princess or Prince
A dear friend understands and teaches the Myers Briggs personality test like it’s tattooed on the back of her hand. In fact, she can watch individuals interact and decipher their four magic letters in under 45 seconds. When I took the test in college and told her I tested out as an extrovert. However, quite a bit … Continue reading The Introvert in Heaven
Today I cut or trimmed depending on your outlook the two bushes in front of my house. Some might wonder why I would care when I’m moving in a few months, but I feel it is being a good steward to not allow ugliness to develop around my house. Nonetheless, as I cut my way … Continue reading What’s Happening Below The Surface?
I used to think that the hole in my heart was because of being single, but over the more recent years I’ve realized that this hole is not shaped for any man. There were times when I thought the hole was because I have not yet loved little children with a mother’s love. Then there … Continue reading My Heart Has a Hole
“You don’t have enough faith,” Jesus told them. “I tell you the truth, if you had faith even as small as a mustard seed, you could say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it would move. Nothing would be impossible.” Matthew 17:20 NLT The mustard seed is the tiniest of seeds, but … Continue reading Beyond the Mustard Seed
I’ve been thinking about how angels work and the evidence we have of them in the Bible. We all have heard about how angels reflect perfection and how we measure up. Yet, I believe there are more to angels than our Hallmark analogies. Angels react to God’s presence without hesitation and immediately respond to His … Continue reading I’m No Angel
I’m excited to announce a new phase in my journey. Here is the first edition of my VLOG (video blog). I will be posting these regularly as well as written posts. As my team moves Journey Creatively to the next level of marketing and consulting, these videos will help potential clients know more about the … Continue reading How Does Your Team Smell?
For about a month, my heart has been sensitive to a deep loss. I first (of course) thought it was in reference to experiencing another round of grief over not having my dad around. There is great truth that loss deepens as years pass and there are more memories without him then with him. However, … Continue reading Urgent vs. Important
Yesterday I was in the middle of my weekly routine of driving to my church women’s group when God interrupted my drive. Sometimes he needs to show off his power and control over every aspect of life. He made the sun shine through the clouds where you were able to see the sun rays. Now, … Continue reading Sunbeams Show God’s Glory
Tonight I went with friends to see the movie, “Heaven is for Real”. Walking into the movie I knew the premise and am always skeptical about Hollywood making a movie about God. However, I was pleasantly surprised at the quality of actors and the storyline. I remember ordering the book when it first came out … Continue reading 10,000 Days of Mediocre
Today I had the opportunity to kill a spider the size of a half-dollar. Before I took out my anger management on this spider by crushing it with my foot, I watched it as it realized I was in the room. It worked itself to be close to the wall and then played dead. First … Continue reading Opportunity to Kill a Spider
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