What is it about mothers and mothering that causes people to spend oodles yearly in celebration of them? Well, in my experience: It’s the only calling that isn’t necessarily based on ordination. It’s a task for which there is no standard/model/template to work with. A job in which every single day is different since there…Read more Why you need to…love a mother.
As I sit here writing this, it’s crazy cloudy out, and the skies are preparing themselves for a nice downpour. I don’t know what it is about impending rain, but I always find myself mesmerized (for lack of a better word) at the heavens. I find myself constantly looking upwards, checking, readying for those first…Read more Something about the clouds
"Comparison is the death of authenticity." ~Lance Wallnau
This blog post is long in coming because I for sure have pondered the issue for over a year now. Thing is, nowadays, I find that many people use GoFundMe to do some form of "glorified" begging. Greatly ridiculous. The site was set up as a means for people to be able to request funding…Read more Go and fund ME! Now!
If one went solely by what people said these days, an alien visitor to the planet would think that everybody loved everybody. Or that loving was easy and came naturally. Or that loving occurred whether you knew a person or not. EEEEN. Wrong. To love another is mostly a choice one makes. For sure there…Read more The flippancy of love
Hello, peeps and peepettes! I’ve been long gone, haven’t I? Turns out the death of one’s grandmother has many effects. All good now though. Happy to be back on the blogging scene. Missed you all! Did you have a nice Christmas? A nice entrance into the new year? I sure hope so. Hey, let me…Read more High Praise
Just a number of things that have hit me anew as a young adult. I'm thinking I’ll revisit this list when I’m 90, what say y’all? You don’t know you’ve been delivered until you’ve been. How to explain this better? Well, the basic idea is that no one knows any other way of thinking/being until…Read more Five things I’ve learned from being alive