Stop what you’re doing and take the time to watch this. My husband sent this link to me last night and I loved it so much, I just had to share it with you all. It’s worth taking the 10 minutes and 39 seconds…
Are we as a people so broken and experiencing such heartache, sorrow, and pain that we no longer know how to identify happiness even in the smallest of things? I’ve noticed in the past few weeks that often times when people bring up something in conversation it is seldom about positive events. Often times the conversations revolve around… Continue reading Is Happiness Overrated?
Sometimes I find that I’ve done a pretty good job of reminding my mind to forget certain details about my past, particularly my early childhood. Things that I know are there but that I’ve sort of buried away because I don’t really want to dig up those emotions or because I feel I’ve laid them… Continue reading Music and My Father
I’ve never really been very athletic, especially when it comes to team sports. Throw me a ball, or a set of keys, and my first reaction is usually to duck and cover. I remember in Elementary school I was always excited and willing to participate in a game of tether ball or dodge ball or have… Continue reading My Self Confidence Has Stretched Out and Says, Let’s Do This!
Now that I have a bit of extra time while on break from school I decided it would be good to pick up my book The Meaning of Marriage written by Timothy Keller with Kathy Keller and give it the attention and time it deserves. Have any of you read it, or heard of it or Timothy Keller?… Continue reading An Unsolvable Puzzle
Last Sunday my husband woke up at work and could barely get out of bed. It turns out that he had hurt his back again and was in a lot of pain. Neither of us had expected this to happen again, and what I didn’t realize is what a huge lesson in appreciation God was… Continue reading A Lesson in Appreciation
I am saying this in my own personal limited experience as a parent, but I don’t think there is anything worse than hearing the sound of your toddler screaming/crying in discomfort/pain while frantically trying to find the thing that will calm her. This was how my humbling experience began this evening, and in the end… Continue reading The Scapegoat Is Out To Lunch