When I was a child, I loved stories regarding princes, princesses, heroes and villains facing off in the ultimate battle of good vs. evil. I wanted to be a princess, a queen even, and have a kingdom all to myself. It seemed like a fantastic idea to have people – my people – look upContinue reading “Once Upon a Time”
When the time came for my husband and I to say our vows, I looked into his eyes, and told him: “Darling, I want to make these vows to you and dedicate my whole life to you, but… I’m just not ready for that kind of commitment.” Just kidding, I didn’t tell him that, orContinue reading “The Cost of Commitment”
God has a path of righteousness for us all.
Looking towards a future without tragedy, suffering and sorrow.
After a month putting a house together and living on base, there are a few things I’ve learned to do, and not to do.
When we feel broken, God sees us.
Finding the keys to the prison of your own making.
Time is deceptive. When we are young, we think we have all the time in the world. We think we have time to make money, to have a family, to have a career that will make everyone jealous (like Hilary in the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air)… And then, maybe later, to do something we love, to give backContinue reading “The Lies of Tomorrow”
Moving can be madness. For example, my husband and I had a whole trailer to unload (by ourselves, thank you military COVID restrictions), and we had about 30 minutes to do it. So, for 30 minutes, we were dead sprinting from the trailer to the house lugging three to four boxes at a time. MovingContinue reading “The Tale of the U-Haul and the Couch”
Do you ever feel alone? I know I do. And I think God does, too. The author of Hebrews writes: “This High Priest of ours [Jesus] understands our weaknesses, for he faced all of the same testings we do, yet he did not sin.” (Hebrews 4:15 NLT). Jesus, being fully God and yet fully man, feltContinue reading “Never Alone”