“Don’t push me cause I’m close to the edge, I’m trying not to lose my head.” Sometimes God takes you thru jungles before you can see the pretty waterfalls. As you trek thru life, you’ll encounter snakes, face your fears, and may lose your way. The thing to remember is He’ll give you light when… Continue reading Close to the Edge
I remember a time when I was going thru some stuff. Back then, I wasn’t in a good place. I didn’t see a way out. I was hurt, mad, sad, and done. I asked myself over & over how I got there. I beat myself up with all of the mistakes I made. Now I… Continue reading Back Then
Wonder where I’d be if I hadn’t believed? What would my life be like? Would I be writing this and sharing it with others? How would I feel? Would I be happy? What do you think about if you don’t believe? Do you have any friends when you don’t believe? How do you decide not… Continue reading How Do You Feel?
Do you ever feel like you’re on the outside looking in and the reason you’re on the outside is because you don’t feel like walking in? Maybe you don’t want to walk in because you’re scared or you don’t want to deal with what’s inside. And even though there may be something great in there, you… Continue reading Walk In
Doctor said I can’t do this, need to do that. At first I wondered if I could do this, then remembered who I am. Galatians 4:7 It will be hard and not easy, but I won’t be alone. Deuteronomy 31:6 I wish I didn’t have to go thru this, but it could be worse. I… Continue reading Doctor’s Orders
What’s your week been like? Stressed at work? Trying to figure out how you’re going to pay bills? Feeling lost and alone? Scared, discouraged or depressed? Remind yourself of everything He says, everything He is doing, and who you are. Then put all of that on Repeat. This is what you play in your head all… Continue reading Repeat
How did you get to school? Did you take the bus? Did your mom drive you, or did you walk? I walked to school every day until I was 17. It’s crazy when I think of my five year old self walking to school. Imagine a little five year old girl walking to school by… Continue reading Start Walking