I want to be that kind of woman. I want to honor God with my life in such a way that I am remembered for it. I want to stop stressing the little setbacks in life and celebrate the triumphs. I know God is taking care of whatever life throws my way and that I … Continue reading A Life of Honor…
It’s been a while. And I am finding myself wandering right now. On autopilot as I get through the day to day. It’s time to turn off the cruise control and live a life of intention! I want to find deeper fellowship with God. And, I am hoping as a result that I will find … Continue reading The greatest knowledge
The ultimate challenge in our walk with Christ is to attempt to live a life in His image. I struggle with this daily. I know that I do not always react with love in each situation. God gives us free will which allows us to decide if we are going to feed that feeling of … Continue reading Agápē
I received the sweetest gift from a co-worker when I arrived into the office this morning. Cathie has a heart of gold and has been an incredible blessing to me at work. I will be leaving my current job in 3 weeks and she wanted me to have a copy of Our Daily Bread for my new job as a daily reminder of where my focus should be… On Him! Continue reading “Daily Bread”
I still cannot believe the horror I felt the morning of September 11, 2001. I was working in a Family Practice Office and heard the news on the radio. I listened to broadcasters get emotional on air and was brought to tears myself. We did not close the office that day, so I did … Continue reading Never Forget…
in honor of #nationaldogday, I am taking a moment out of my hectic schedule to recognize my sweet puppy! I have been so crazy with work lately that I have not been good about posting. “Ain’t nobody got time for that!” 😜 I’m sorry to my readers! I will try and pick it up again! … Continue reading My sweet honey bunny!
As I referred to in my Friday Favorites post, I spent the first 10 years of my life in Tulsa, Oklahoma. My mother was born and raised there, the daughter of Oklahoma tradition that goes back several generations. My ancestors participated in the Oklahoma land-rush. My childhood in Oklahoma was pretty idyllic. We lived in … Continue reading Happiness Challenge Day 7