She had me at vomit. I was recovering from a mild wretched case of the stomach bug when I first stumbled across Jami Amerine's blog, specifically her post about the need to quarantine oneself when one becomes contaminated by the stomach plague. She spoke truth. Causing me to laugh so hard that my own stomach plague made
God, are you mean? I hesitate a moment before writing the words in my journal. Words that I feel a little guilty for writing, for surely God is not mean, right? He is love, He is good, He is kind and gracious and merciful. I know this to be true from what He reveals about
Are you weary today? Exhausted? Fed up? All kinds of done? I have talked to so many people who feel they are at the end of their ropes. They are battle-weary, wounded, and on edge. The events of the last few weeks and months have taken their toll. Fires, floods, wind, rain, lack of power,
I was 9 years old when hurricane Elena sat off the west coast of FL for days. At only a cat 1 it obviously wasn't anything compared to Irma. And yet, as a 9 year old little girl having to leave my house and all my prized stuffed animals, it was terrifying. I remember trying
When flood waters rise and unrelenting rain pours from the sky, God where are you? When fires rage, consuming everything in their destructive path, God where are you? When hurricanes churn in open waters, terrorizing those in their paths, God where are you? When a grim-faced doctor reveals a life-changing diagnosis, God where are you?
Simple adjective, simpler, simplest. 1.easy to understand, deal with, use, etc.: a simple matter; simple tools. 2.not elaborate or artificial; plain: a simple style. 3.not ornate or luxurious; unadorned: a simple gown. Simple. How I find myself craving the simple things of this world right now. A quiet evening,