Tagged with ministry life

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

The Light Reveals What’s Hidden

The Light Reveals What’s Hidden

My vacuum was dying a dragged out noisy death for a few years and I kept putting off buying a new one because procrastination gets the best of me at times. I pampered it along hoping to delay its inevitable death! Well it happened and on the weekend I really needed it.  Guests were coming … Continue reading

What Is That Under My Skin?

What Is That Under My Skin?

Don’t you hate when something small happens and it gets under your skin causing great havoc in your life? That happened to me this week. I shoved my hand into my bag searching for my keys. Something sharp jammed under my fingernail and into that tender spot between the nail and skin. OWWW! I yanked … Continue reading

I’m proficient in procrastination

I’m proficient in procrastination

I’m finally sitting down to write. It’s pathetic to be sure. If you could look in last year’s blog post record you would see all kinds of drafts.  Posts started yet not completed.  That statement pretty much sums up 2018. My kids still comment on my kitchen wall because see… I have this small corner … Continue reading

Taking The First Step

Taking The First Step

It was such a simple step but I kept putting it off. Why do I do that? I see something needs to change.  I want something to change. I instinctively know it needs to change but something holds me back. The mantra circles around in my brain… “If you want something different, you have to … Continue reading

Can we go back to twirling on the swing?

Dear friend, Last week, I was chit-chatting with a friend….. I’d love to tell you I do this often but that wouldn’t be true. Sadly, in my adulting days of planning life, running errands, laundry and working, I’ve lost simple time with friends. It’s been slowly eroding away over the years and it somewhat bothers … Continue reading