This time of year more than any other, I usually find myself in a bit of a cosmic slur, How about you? Between gift lists and groceries and holiday cards and seasons greetings and concerts and secret Santa’s, it’s easy to get lost in the shuffle and allow our minds to whir in the ordering
I remember the day we went to get our wedding rings engraved. It was 10 years ago now but I recall it still like it happened yesterday. We were young, broke and in “love.” I say “love” in quotes because we didn’t actually know real Love, yet. The Jewelsmith behind the counter was a kindly
I remember the first time she told me those words. She said them with a fierceness so commanding, her confidence alone was more intriguing to me then anything and I wanted to possess it for myself. She looked fearless and brave. I wanted to be fearless and brave. “Never let them see you cry, sweetheart.
Recently, during a women’s night of fellowship, a single friend of mine brought up an interesting confession. We were there to dive into Christine Caine’s home study DVD series “Unashamed” and during our sharing time, my sweet friend confessed something I found to be a little shocking but not so surprising. She told our little
“It is not the lesser of two evils, It is the greater of two Loves.” I had a choice to make. I could continue living my life drowning in a sea of discouragement and disappointment, or I could learn to live in a new way. I was exhausted from trying to hold it all together.