Tag Archives: growth

Crash and Burn

Sometimes life just gets out of control.  I have called it crisis mode before and this time around it occurred to me that when in crisis mode only the necessary things get done.  We have to eat, sleep, have clean clothes and deal with whatever it is that has us in crisis mode. Did you… Continue Reading

Handling Anger

Handling Anger

Anger.  What a dirty little word.  It often brings up shame, memories of times and places, hurts and all sorts of other things.What do we do with it?  I will admit, anger is where I go first.  I hate that about myself and admire women who take everything in stride never seeming to be bothered.… Continue Reading

Here I sit

Here I sit, listening to the Meredith Andrews song yet again. Soaking up the truth in the lyrics. So thankful He is constant and will never leave me. Here I sit, weary of fighting the same battles with my son over and over again. Weary of getting verbally barraged every time he doesn’t like something.… Continue Reading

I’d Rather Have Jesus

I’d Rather Have Jesus

Our pastor’s sermon yesterday was amazing.  He spoke about John the Baptist and why God called him great.  How he was great because the Lord said he was despite the fact that by the cultural political and spiritual standards he was a failure.  He was filled with the Holy Spirit from within the womb and… Continue Reading

Patterns of Iniquity

For you have said in your heart” “I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God; I will also sit on the mount of the congregation On the farthest sides of the north; I will ascend above the heights of the clouds, I will be like the Most High.”… Continue Reading

Its All Worthwhile

This morning we had the most wonderful time at Hemlock park.   Initially we were supposed to meet another family but we got there a few minutes before they did. The boys went right to the water, looked at the fish and seaweed then ran up and down the sloping sides, back and forth down… Continue Reading

Perspective

Perspective and scheduling and their importance is becoming very evident to me.  Without those two components, everything seems to just fall apart here.  And both of those components require self discipline. Funny thing is that I fail miserably at all three things if left to myself! That is what I love about being in a… Continue Reading

Held

Today I am just thankful that God is guiding my steps and my heart.  And I am thankful for awareness and friends perspectives!  We have been struggling with some issues with my oldest son for about 4 years now that finally got diagnosed as sensory and fine motor delays.  The diagnosis got brought on by… Continue Reading

Becoming Free

I had a bit of an eye-opening experience today.  I have been on a journey of getting organized and scheduled since I got married.  My husband is actually neater than I am and has been encouraging me to do a better job at taking care of the home and our things. Not that I was… Continue Reading