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Say No, So You Can Say Yes

Living a life of balance is important. There are so many things to do, so many options, so many choices. But we can’t always do everything that is in our heart to do. Sometimes, you have to say no so you can say yes. I might have to say no to personal time, so I… Read More


Know Who To Go To

Friends and family are special to us.  They are closest to us, but can also hurt us the most. We rely on our friends and family for advice, comfort, encouragement, and just a plain ole good time.  These are the people that you can be totally transparent with and share your true inner emotions with. … Read More


Shoulda, Coulda, Wouldas

The below quote is one of my favorites. I’ve looked at many different websites to find out who actually said it and saw several persons listed, from Bill Keane, to Eleanor Roosevelt, to Joan Rivers. Despite who actually said it, the quote has a profound message. Yesterday is history, Tomorrow is a mystery, Today is… Read More


Never Give Up on God!

This weekend, I experienced extreme joy and a renewed faith in God. My husband and I got a phone call early Saturday morning that a friend of ours had been set free from a very trying, faith testing situation. We had been praying for our friend for over a year. She got into a situation… Read More


Ambitious Prayers

At the beginning of this month, I wrote a post called Prayer Changes Things. In that post, I wrote about seven prayers that God answered on my behalf. For me, it was a great way to look at how God has blessed me over the years. My husband keeps a prayer journal. Whenever he runs… Read More


Commitments vs. Christ

Last week, I mentioned several key points that stood out to me from a Beth Moore bible study that I attend. I promised to come back and expound on those three points, so for the next three days, I will be taking a day to describe each one. Point 1: Don’t be more committed to… Read More

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The Peace and Comfort of God

It was a beautiful day on Friday, April 27, 2001. When I woke up that morning, I had no idea that my life would never be the same. I was a college student and had plans to go home for the weekend because it was my brother’s prom night. I couldn’t wait to see him… Read More


Prayer Changes Things…

Lately, I have been reflecting on all of the wonderful things that God has done for me. Every once in a while, we need to take an inventory and thank God for answering our prayers. Our testimony can encourage others and strengthen their belief that God is still in the miracle working business today. Here… Read More


Gone, but Not Forgotten…

My grandfather passed away last week after 90 years of life on this Earth. I took a break from blogging so I could go to his funeral and spend some time with family. I am dedicating this blog post to his memory. My grandfather was a Brick Mason by trade and helped to build many… Read More


Respect Your Elders

I love my grandparents. All of my grandparents are still living and I have many beautiful memories with them. It blesses me to be around older persons because they possess so much wisdom. I used to work at a nursing home and I learned so much from the residents that lived there. When I was… Read More

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