Tagged with Christian living

Living A Life Well

Living A Life Well

I didn’t think it would hit me as it did. Dave came down for coffee and I blurted it out. “A lady in my hometown died!” I started bawling. This wasn’t a little trickle of a tear slowly moving south. It was an all out cryfest, shoulder-shaking, nose-filling sob attack. “Honey, who was she? Did … Continue reading

How Are You Showing Up?

How Are You Showing Up?

Hey friends, Some days are just exhausting, right? This last year has been turned upside down and inside out. We have had this collective exhaustion of things being thrown at us. I picture it being some what like an automatic ball server. At first I could catch the ball being thrown my way. I tossed … Continue reading

Welcoming This New Year

Welcoming This New Year

Welcome friends, How are you in this New Year? My inbox and social media feed are packed with people reflecting on this last year. We’re pretty much in agreement about saying good-bye to a year we’d rather not repeat. At the end of each year I read over my journals from the year and reflect … Continue reading

For A Thousand Miles

For A Thousand Miles

At the beginning of this year, I made a goal to walk a thousand miles. It was part of my celebrating 50 years of living. Five hundred seemed too small and 50,000 was over the top so I settled on a thousand miles. I didn’t know then what an impactful number that would serve me … Continue reading

Happy Birthday To Me

Happy Birthday To Me

This week I reached a milestone birthday — the Big 5-0 I’ve been looking forward to this all year. Many look at age as a countdown to the inevitable. Some years I have been sad about the turning of another year, but this year has been different. I think it all started with my change … Continue reading

Getting Out of the Downpour

Getting Out of the Downpour

Do you ever feel exhausted by our world today?  I do. I’ve got my schedule down to shopping/errand running one day a week.  That one day is now more tiring than any other day in my week. It’s exhausting out there! People’s attitudes and bombardment of judgement is torrential.  And I admit I am guilty … Continue reading