Final Thoughts of 2020

Final Thoughts of 2020

This is it.  We FINALLY made it to the end of 2020! What a decade this year was! Donovan and I were joking around the other day about how this year seemed like the longest year. Yet, the shortest at the same time. In fact, Donovan and I did a lighthearted Facebook...
Hello November!

Hello November!

Hello November! I love this month. November is by far one of my favorite months of the year because of what it signifies for me. Gratitude, reflection, and newness is what I think of when this time around comes. It’s full of festivities and fun. It’s like...
The Birthday Still Has Meaning

The Birthday Still Has Meaning

On Wednesday, my husband and I celebrated his birthday. It was a wonderful day filled with fabulous music, food, lots of laughs, family, and moments of reflection. It was so much fun, I hardly took any pictures. We simply lived in the moment. I love those kind of...
Seeking God In Self-Quarantine

Seeking God In Self-Quarantine

As an extrovert, I find this “stay at home COVID-19 lockdown” business a little hard to do. Okay, maybe moderately hard. I know that we’re not supposed to be in close proximity to others. But after being in the house for so long, I find just going to...
Broken Heart to Beautiful Art

Broken Heart to Beautiful Art

Staring at a stained glass window during a Sunday morning church service, God reminds me that there is nothing or no one TOO BROKEN for Him. Stained glass windows are something of a fascination for me. The cut-up shards of glass create a masterpiece that is nothing...
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