Do you remember those moments when your parents got your attention as a child? They asked for your eyes and took your chin in their hands to direct your gaze, and you knew they meant business. There was a sense of heightened awareness of their authority but also awareness of their deep love and care.… Continue reading Wake Up
I hate that thing in us, in me, that thinks we know better than God. The voice that says, "yeah, but I see another angle." "Just this one time I have it figured out." "I deserve better." It gets us in a whole heap of trouble. That trouble becomes the state of our heart health… Continue reading When blind hearts see
In the last five to six years, my life has changed with technology. At this pace, it will continue to. As much as I don't want myself, my child or family to be engrossed in technology, this will be our battle in this present age. People have begun to "live" in a virtual world. The… Continue reading Living without Facebook
When I was in 8th grade, I went to an aerobics class where we listened to a Mylon Lefevre song "Thankful heart" while we did abdominal exercises. An ironic lesson for choosing thanks in pain (who likes sit-ups?). An ah-ha moment--exactly what I have been learning the last few years--learning to think on truth… Continue reading A thankful heart that He has given me…
It has been a while since I have written. There's so much to tell yet so little. Part of me wants to pull back all the way from blogging because I have put a vulnerable part of myself out there, and I have found myself feeling responsible to walk this infertility journey out perfectly. Performance...it… Continue reading What do I entitle this?
I have been silent on my blog for over a week. I attribute it to busyness but also to a picture of my heart. We have had a lot going on in life schedule-wise, but we have had a lot going on heart-wise, as well. I am running on fumes,… Continue reading Blog Silence