I’m honored to be guest posting over at Godly Writers again. I have a couple of confessions to make, and some small, daily goals to maintain. Read more about it here. If you’re here from Godly Writers, thanks for visiting!
I used to be a soft hearted person. I loved people, and helping them in any way possible. As I’ve grown older, cynicism has slowly crept in as I’ve seen the nasty things people do and say. I’ve been stung by the harsh words and actions of others. I’ve started keeping others at a distance, … Read more
Well hello, old friend. I’m sorry I’ve let so much time go by. It’s my fault, really. Hectic schedules and utter exhaustion have gotten the better of me. It’s no excuse, but it’s all I’ve got. I forgot how nice it is to spend time with you. Even the bitter stinging on my fingertips fades … Read more
I am still alive. I have thought of this blog often. I’m trying to figure out if I should continue it, or if perhaps it’s chapter has closed. Some days it feels like it has run its course. I don’t feel quite ready to be done with it, and I certainly don’t feel done with … Read more
I miss tight hugs from people who understand me. I miss being surrounded by people that I feel comfortable with, people that I can truly exhale and relax around. I miss feeling excited about getting together. I miss the warmth that fills a room. I even miss being with people who I don’t agree with, … Read more
I’m home on my first ever snow day. A freak wintry mix has been spreading through the south, causing mass hysteria. Much warranted hysteria, I might add, with the crazy traffic issues that have happened in Atlanta. Here in Florida, it’s not nearly that bad, but the entire town is practically closed. Many are rolling … Read more
This semester in community chorus, we're learning a tough piece of modern music. It's called “Alzheimer's Stories” written by Robert Cohen. We perform the piece in a little over a week. I can't sing the third movement without choking up. It's entitled “For the Caregivers.” Keep faith They sense what they cannot show Love and … Read more
As 2013 wound to a close and 2014 began, I’m continuing to focus on gratitude. Here’s what I’m thankful for: A steady job with some amazing coworkers. I’ve been working lots of overtime in the past few months, and I can think of no one else I’d rather spend extra work hours with. Though the … Read more
I pray that this Christmas brings you whatever your soul needs most. Peace. Quiet. Love. Hugs and kisses from sweet little ones. Laughter around a full dinner table. Escape from hurtful words. Release from painful pasts. May the love and grace of our Lord Jesus shower over you this Christmas.