Life is unbelievably noisy. We live in a constant state of anxiety and go. This morning, as my brain and heart raced on the road to nowhere, I declared "I've had it." Done. Ever feel that way? As a mom, wife, business owner, and responsible human being I cannot just declare "done," but it signals… Continue reading Turn me off…
We use the word "hope" often. I hope my child grows to love Jesus. I hope my husband experiences healing here with his rheumatoid arthritis. I hope that you have a good day. I hope you enjoy the holiday season. I hope that I live fully to glorify Christ. The only place to put my… Continue reading Hope In One Thing
It seems that everytime I post something I am learning or convicted with, the week following gives another chance to learn even more. The last post was about need--and I have been driven to even more need this week. Physically I have been in need from the way I feel on hormones. Emotionally I… Continue reading Layers
So, three posts in one day? You can tell I have not had internet access on my computer for awhile! I have run into people lately who have noticed that I have been infrequent with blogging. Just a quick update on where I am...In the same place! We are taking a little break from the… Continue reading Triple day
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?
These last few weeks and the coming one can qualify for some of the craziest I have experienced of late. All good things...just a lot of busyness in preparation for my niece's wedding, welcoming my nephew home from semester at sea, running the business side of WDC, running the ministry side of WDC, celebrating the… Continue reading Give us this day…
I sit here on a rainy Saturday afternoon in my pajamas listening to the wonderful music of my dog, Bailey, playing "devil box" in the backyard. The new wood fence is up, and I can enjoy an afternoon of Bailey playing and not escaping. I cannot tell you the last time I… Continue reading An update