The only way to have a friend, is to be a friend. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson I don’t know why, but for me…it’s never been easy to make female friends. Mainly in my early twenties, I would say is when it started becoming tough. I had some major hurt done by teenage girls in middle & … Continue reading Making Female Friends…not so easy
No one explains how someone should understand grief, how you are suppose to learn how to get through it and process each stage of it. There is no book that we were given to read as a child to prepare us for this…no class in school taught us how to be ready for the death … Continue reading Trying to Get Through Another Day
It’s hard for me to wrap my mind around the fact that it’s going to be December this week. With December comes Christmas. I am not ready for Christmas. I’m just not looking forward to it this year. With my father passing away in late September, it hasn’t been easy adjusting, and I’m just not … Continue reading Christmas Time Already?
“Dogs do speak, but only to those who know how to listen.” It was a night of restless sleep with my spunky little Chihuahua, Joey. My rambunctious 5 year old little dude actually tore OFF one of his back toe nails sometime Wednesday evening. I didn’t notice it until first thing Thursday morning when I went … Continue reading Restless Sleep with a Chihuahua
The more you have, the more occupied you are. The less you have the more free you are. ~ Mother Theresa Purging can really make you feel good. Purging…you know…getting rid of stuff you don’t need or want anymore. Just going through a pile of papers sitting on your desk that’s been sitting there for … Continue reading Purging… can be freeing
“Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re gonna get.’ Forrest Gump My father passed away the middle of last month. Since then I haven’t been quite the same. His death came as a surprise to us. He was in the hospital with pneumonia, but he was getting better we thought. … Continue reading Death,Depression & Chocolate Cake
Looking back…on my testimony on how I became a Christian and why baptism is so meaningful to me. I look back in awe at how God puts ‘certain people’ in our lives at just the ‘right times, at what only God can possibly know those times and people are for. I was listening to a … Continue reading Why baptism is so meaningful to me