A short quick non-blog this morning.... I wrote a blog Friday morning called "Bug and MG" that I briefly posted but took down. I have had quite a few readers privately ask me where it went and why I took it down. I felt unsettled in my spirit about it, it was reactionary and… Continue reading Questions
I really like this blogger and thought I’d repost his blog as someone shared it with me recently- it’s a good read Check him out …Jordan Nations.
A good friend sent me a text last week asking, “How did you make big life decisions like moving and getting an adult job?” I thought it was funny because in most ways I’m still making the big life decisions that come with graduating college. I’m living in the same Tallahassee home I’ve lived in all year and have yet to choose my next move.
I sent an essay response to her single sentence question loaded with my first thoughts on the topic. She thanked me and responded, “I swear if one more person tells me that God knows the plans he has for me… I’m going to punch them in the jugular. Good intentions. And I know ultimately I need to trust God. But that doesn’t help me actually make a decision.”
The jugular? Pretty extreme I suppose, but I think I agree.
Those of us approaching big transitions…
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Most people that even know me a little, know that Walt Disney is one of my heroes. He marched to the beat of his own drum, had zero encouragement, knew his heart, and never ever gave up on his dream. He failed in business ventures more times than I can recall, but each time his… Continue reading The Disney Four C’s
My Dad was a pastor and is still a preacher. He has been preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ since he was 15 years old … that makes 68 years! So Daddy, this one’s for you … Happy Father’s Day! I can’t believe I got to have you all to myself for 10 days! … Continue reading Daddy
Is it hard for you to get rid of things? I always thought I was pretty good at keeping my life clutter free but I’m realizing it’s actually become harder as I get older. Or maybe I’ve always been a saver and it wasn’t as obvious until my years started accumulating along with my stacks… Continue reading Time To Let Go
My Dad is in Kentucky this week visiting and we are having the greatest time. The first morning he was here he brought his Bible out and shared this Psalm that he had been reading. It is so powerful! I said “Where did you find that Psalm?” He replied, “Right here,” as he held up… Continue reading What is the Measure of my Days?
Let me just say from the “get go” of this blog that it most certainly falls under the hash tag of #firstworldproblems. Compared to real life problems and the serious issues most of you deal with, daily, this is nothing short of small and petty, but I’m on vacation … and compared to real… Continue reading That’s Disappointing