"Pssst... Hey Ms. Lady, let me get yo number" Like Really!?!? I once told a guy, "Sure, I'll give you my number, but under one condition... Tell me my name." ... "Oh Wait!! You Can't!! Why?!?!?... Because you didn't bother to ask. I never understood how a guy could part his lips to ask for … Continue reading Say My Name
My mama ain't no fool. She knew that if there was any hope of her getting any laundry done at the laundromat with an adolescent at her hip, she was going to have to be prepared. This was back in the day before the boom of technology... If I'm not mistaken, pagers were barely becoming … Continue reading Life Lessons at the Laundromat
For Teachers, Moms, and Moms That are Teachers- No matter what season you find yourself in, nothing you do for the Lord is ever useless.
In honor of Teacher Appreciation, how about a shout out and lesson from the BEST TEACHER OF ALL our Savior Himself!! In the midst of unfathomable tragedy Horatio Spafford penned these words... "When peace like a river, attendeth my way, When sorrows like sea billows roll Whatever my lot, THOU HAST TAUGHT ME to say … Continue reading … IT IS WELL
"I ain't gonna do it!" That's what I told myself. I knew good and well how these cosmetic parties worked. They butter you all up, say all the right things, make you feel like a million bucks then they hit you with the BIG BUCK$ whammy. Before I even stepped foot inside that glamour party … Continue reading Package Deal
As Christians, we don’t operate from the place of emotion but from the place of truth. Tell your soul to sing.
Life happens. Good things. Bad things. Confusing Things. Things you choose. Things you don’t choose. The wilderness is a place where we may find ourselves, feeling alone with many questions about why things are the way they are. Being full of faith doesn’t safeguard you from entering it either.
It is so easy to lose focus as we live this fast-paced life. Focusing on the details overwhelms us. However, the Lord grounds us by commanding us to fix our eyes on the things above.
Because Christ is sovereign and limitless, my “morning” can come boldly in the depth of night or during my darkest spiritual hour.
I began to reflect on how I honor and express my love to those dear to me. It’s not enough just to say three words. Love is an action.