As I cruise the social media platform, Facebook, I see so much negativity. Remember when we were younger and we were taught "The Golden Rule"? There seems to be a virus of forgetfulness that has spread faster than this coronavirus, and it has been circulating for quite a while now. It just won't go away.… Continue reading The Golden Rule
In my last blog I posed a question towards the end. That question was, "Who is Jesus?" I had mentioned Him multiple times in my blog. How rude of me to not introduce you to the most important person in my life. Historically, Jesus was a man that walked the earth over 2,000 years ago.… Continue reading Who is Jesus?
I just finished a course called Foundations of Evangelism. A part of that course study is to write your story. Then. How. Now. Basically, what my life was like back then--before Jesus happened to me; how Jesus came into my life, and what life is like now that I have Jesus in my life. What… Continue reading My story
Our family has been through a lot of changes. I considered writing about it for you many times, but it was easier to deal with it through journaling, praying, and just pushing forward. I don't like posting about my struggles. I want to be positive, happy, and encouraging. Only recently have I admitted to myself… Continue reading Up & Down–Riding The Proverbial Rollercoaster of Life
I have a disclaimer. Do not rely on the information in this blog as advice from a qualified professional, which I am not. All information presented is subjective and founded on personal experiments performed over a period of 22 years on three unsuspecting individuals. Parenting—Seriously There are three types of parents. The helicopter parent, the… Continue reading Parenting–Seriously
One day someone asked me what I did for a living. I answered them with great joy that I was a stay at home wife and mother. They responded with, “Oh, so you don’t work. You just stay at home.” It was that defining moment that I became a Domestic Engineer. After all, many of… Continue reading Living My Title
My daughter, Jayci Paige, wrote this beautiful allegory. Read, and enjoy. It is awesome. I am so proud of my daughters and their ability to weave words into beautiful works of art.
If you know me, I love stories. Here is a short story that I wrote recently. Let me know what you think about it! I would love to know your interpretation of the story.
She stands at the edge of the water staring out towards those in the depths. Her head cocks to one side out of curiosity. They smile with their lips and move so gracefully with the waves as if to dance with the tide.
“How peculiar,” she whispers. Those in the water look different than she. Their skins were smooth and noticeable. Each individual was covered with a white suit made for the waters.
“Why can I see them? Why aren’t they hiding?” She ponders aloud. “Who are they?”
Those in the water see her and encourage her to come join them in the depths. To join them in the freedom and love they all share…
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My daughter is the author of The Witches’ Sleep and World of the Beasts. She is currently working on the last book of this trilogy. Cheer her on. Pray for her. As a nurse on a critical care floor it is hard for her to finish this project, but she wants to continue with her dream to write and share her creations with the world. When going to her blog you can check out her bio and find links to the social media sites that you can connect with her on.
Have a blessed week y’all.
Oh. Um. I’m right here.
*shyly raises hand*
I’ve pretty much come to accept that I’m REALLY bad at this blog thing. But I hold out for MAYBE ONE DAY I’LL KICK INTO GEAR AND ACTUALLY KNOW WHAT THE HECK I’M DOING HERE. Until then, you’ll just have to deal with the random blog posts every few months.
I’m sorry. Please don’t hate me!
So, what’s happened to me since June?
Well, 5 months happened. (Bad joke, sorry). Honestly, not very much. I passed A&P I and II (yay me!) and I passed my HESI exam (which is the entrance exam I needed for the nursing program I’m looking into). Buuuuut I have to wait until April’s application period for the school I want to go to because I still need to pass the TSI math… And I haven’t done that kind of math since…
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This year's Thanksgiving was a new experience for me and my family. I have been on a journey to wellness. I have changed my eating habits so much that those who knew me before are amazed. I have lost 30 lb. this year! Yay me! It has been hard at times, but is getting easier… Continue reading Holidays
I haven't posted anything in a few months. So much has happened in our lives. We had so much to consider, decisions to make, changes that happened, and I just couldn't put words to paper during that time. I am still working on my "project" that I promised to share with you later. That has… Continue reading Gift of Life