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I Think It’s Time To Write Again

I’ve been away for a very long time. A lot has happened. I’ve found a friend who has helped me through so much of the baggage I’ve had. I’ve read many books. I’ve done the Hundred Happy Days Challenge. It’s too much to go through and write about right now. I’m not even sure that […]

Taking a break

Just a little word to let you know that I’m taking a break. I don’t know when I’ll be back. I’m taking some time to focus on private writing and conversation. Everything I have written up to this point has been out in the public view and I need some time to commune with God […]

Babies. Babies Everywhere.

I spent a lot of time this week accomplishing things, cheap but feeling like I accomplished nothing at all. I tried to be very “little man-centered” this week. After his vaccinations last week he came down with a fever and a horrible cold that he’s still struggling to get over. I think this week has […]

The Difference a Hair Cut Can Make

Wednesday, pilule I was over at my mother’s spending time with my family because my cousin Jon came over to our side of MA for a visit. Everyone but Jon had tacos (he’s a picky eater. Always has been. Give him cereal and call it a day.), sales and we all sat around my mother’s […]

Be a Christian to your children also

Recently, tadalafil search I picked up the New Living Translation, cialis which is totally not normal for me, troche but I wanted a “different perspective and something fresh”. I’ve always been a King James only girl, even before going to a very conservative fundamental Baptist college. It was to the point that everyone would joke […]

The secret keeper.

I’m in a bit of a rut at the moment. I feel like nothing that I would want to write is anything that I can share. I’m a confidant. A mentor. A secret keeper. A counselor. I’ve been told of many different struggles by many of my close friends and their pain is with me. […]

A Record of Rights

1 Corinthians 13:4-8 (Young’s Literal Translation) 4 The love is long-suffering, medical it is kind, healing the love doth not envy, sovaldi sale the love doth not vaunt itself, is not puffed up, 5 doth not act unseemly, doth not seek its own things, is not provoked, doth not impute evil, 6 rejoiceth not over the unrighteousness, and […]

Reconciling myself

Have you ever felt like you lost part of yourself somewhere? For years, nurse even though I was the luckiest person in the universe, I had this emptiness that nothing could fill. I would cry because something was missing. I didn’t even know what it was. It’s not the type of emptiness that many Christians […]

Dealing with a Lie

My child is as perfect as children come, but I’ll be the first tell you that today his wings don’t look so big and horns have grown out of the top of his head. The only thing keeping that halo in place today are those horns. My child is far from perfect today, and I’m […]

Taking a step back

By the middle of last week I was on the verge of a break down. That’s what happens when you decide, order even though you are a mother of a three year old, check that you aren’t doing enough. By that point I added hours of study and reading, writing 6 pages of emotionally charged […]