finding your sweet spot

Getting to know yourself is the key to finding out what revs your motor. When a car is finely tuned with care by its mechanic, and is running on the right fuel, the ride is sweet. Not taking care of your engine will cause damage to your car, not to mention the wrong fuel canContinue reading “finding your sweet spot”

pace or pursuit

Is the pace at which I am doing God’s work destroying God’s work in me? Bill Hybels There are days where I feel like I can’t catch my breath. One thing after another gets crossed off my to-do list, until I collapse on the sofa at the end of the night and wonder where myContinue reading “pace or pursuit”

when you don’t quite have the best fit

For the past few years, I have struggled to find the best fit for myself in a pair of jeans.  I have more padding than I would like in my ab area, with a literal vs visual tush (basically flat) and fairly skinny legs. I have curves in the wrong places for the trendy typeContinue reading “when you don’t quite have the best fit”

be the you God designed

There are a lot of things about me which I love. My ability to multitask My love of puns & fun My voice when I sing My love of music My eyes My curls (95% of the time) My feet My passion to learn My burning yearn for more of God When you add allContinue reading “be the you God designed”

when is more enough?

Why do we always want more? To do more? Be more? Acquire more? When does NOT desiring more, being content with: who we are what we do what we have become enough? My husband is brilliant in his chosen field. He cares for each client in such a way that years later, these clients orContinue reading “when is more enough?”

downpour

Oh my. There was a huge battle waging within me as we began to rehearse for last night’s Downpour service. Singing with new people, in a new situation, and new songs aside, inside I was on edge. I knew something was going to happen. Didn’t know God was preparing to rock my boat. As aContinue reading “downpour”

got vs not

It’s what you’ve got that matters. Not what you’re not. I spent my childhood, teens right through my thirties focused more on what I was not than what I’ve got. If I had curly hair, how I wanted straight hair. When overweight and fit, I wanted to return to being thin, even though back thenContinue reading “got vs not”