Two weeks, two weeks I’ve been in a funk. I’ve been complaining, angry, impatient. Obviously, I’ve been a really joy to be around, but that’s not me. I am a glass is half full kind of girl, so what was going on. I was not choosing correctly.Read More
Have you ever wanted to insert your foot in your mouth? It happens to me at least once a week. Sometimes I just blurt out the silliest things and sometimes I let my emotions get the best of me.Read More
I was looking through old pictures last month and came across a picture from 2013. Trip, my then baby, was about 10 months old and I had been working out consistently and pretty intensely for about six months. I had muscle, I had tone, and I really liked my legs (not to be weird.)Read More
“Suffering produces endurance, endurance produces character, and character produces hope. Romans 5:3-4.”Read More
I don’t like posting pictures of myself, it makes me feel goofy, it makes me look at all my imperfections, it makes me see my flaws. But sometimes our perspective of ourselves is skewed and it takes a friend, a leader to help show us our true talent and our true beauty.Read More
I can let my thoughts take control of me. I chalk it up to being an emotional person, and being an emotional person isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Emotional people can be empathic and generous, but we can also suffer with people pleasing, depression and anxiety.Read More
I woke up in a funk. Has this ever happened to you? Ok, I’ve been in a funk for about three days. I’m sharp, snide, or as my friends like to say, “snarky.”
I looked in the mirror this morning, and saw that my eye bags were baggier than before, my wrinkles deeper. I had nothing to wear; my hair was a hot mess, my back hurt…and on and on and blah blah blah.
“What are three things you would like to be remembered for?” The question was asked by one of our leaders, Tiffany, at Community Bible Study one Thursday.
We were handed a little card to write on. I looked at it, completely baffled about what to put down.
I asked some of my friends for their answers and my first two pretty much lined up with what they had to say.
My Grandma Sylvia use to play mahjong with a group of ladies. One day, one of the regulars in the group was absent. Over the next hour, the others told hurtful stories of the absentee. My Grandmother never returned to the group stating, “I wonder what they say about me when I’m not around.”Read More
Ever have a situation where you want to unleash all your rage on your significant other?
You’re angry, annoyed, over it.
How you react in those moments, for better or worse, will greatly impact your marriage.
Our emotions can get the better of us. In those moments I am weak. I don’t want to be weak, and that is where God steps in.Read More