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True Beauty

Yesterday, I wrote about my eyebrow threading experience. As I was writing that post, I wondered why we as women go through so much just to be beautiful. Women are encouraged to: Wax our eyebrows (or in my case, thread them) and shave. Spend tons of money on hair care (perms, coloring, cuts, etc). Wear… Read More


Disguised Blessings

Yesterday, I talked about my experiences on coping with grief. I’ve had a hard time coping with two deaths in particular: the death of my friend Angie, and the death of my Aunt Doll. After I wrote the post, “The Pain of Losing a Loved One,” I was reminded of the “disguised blessings” that occurred… Read More


The Pain of Losing a Loved One

This weekend will make two years since my Aunt Doll passed away. I know that time heals all wounds, but this one is taking a long time. Aunt Doll babysat me when I was small. I was the flower girl in her wedding. We took countless road trips together to my grandparents’ home. She helped… Read More


The Power of Our Testimony

Life is a journey, filled with all kinds of adventures. Some of them are good, some of them are not so good. But isn’t it great that we have a faithful God that we can run to when times get rough? Isn’t it great to serve a God that can deliver us from any situation… Read More


It’s Better to Give than to Receive

One day, I was outside watering our grass. We hadn’t purchased a sprinkler yet, so I had to do it the old-fashioned way and use a water hose. It was a very warm day and it seemed like the grass was sucking up the water quicker than it would come out of the water hose… Read More


The Price of Adultery

Over the past few months, the news has been flooded with stories about people committing adultery. It’s really sad and I hope it’s not an indicator of the way our society is headed. First, you had Jon and Kate plus 8 and their drama. Then, we had Gov. Mark Sanford from South Carolina, who had… Read More


Freedom to Follow Your Dreams

Many people have dreams of doing great things, such as opening up their own business or creating a unique product. But few ever take the leap of faith into making their dreams a reality. Three years ago, my friend Bridgett felt led by God to quit her day job to pursue her dream of directing… Read More


God as an Inconvenience?

In today’s society, everything has to be done fast and quick. We don’t like to wait for anything. We are too busy to cook food at home, so we stop by a fast food restaurant for dinner. We are in too much of a rush to get out and go inside, so we wait in… Read More


The Need to Please

We all are born with the innate need to please. When we are children, we desire to please our parents. Even my two year old desires to please me by doing his “chores” around the house. He claps for himself after he does them and looks at me for approval after he’s done. If I… Read More


Investing in Your Marriage

My husband and I are getting ready to celebrate our 6th wedding anniversary. I’m so thankful for my husband and the relationship that we have. I know that God brought us together. My husband and I started off as friends. We had no romantic interest in each other whatsoever. But somewhere in the friendship, things… Read More

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