Nothing to complain about

What does it mean to be human? To be Christian? Are the two such polar opposites, as some would have you believe? Or is the very criteria of a believer to be so innately human that our flaws are unavoidable? Our sins laid bare at the foot of the cross? In Romans 7:19, Paul writes, “For I do…… Continue reading Nothing to complain about

Forks in the Road Don't Have to Have a Right and Wrong

I’m not entirely sure the purpose of nostalgia. Is it a longing for something we no longer have? A happy remembrance of what brought us to where we are today? An opportunity to laugh about your mistakes or relish in the distant praise of your few successes? I’ve been caught up in sweet dreams of…… Continue reading Forks in the Road Don't Have to Have a Right and Wrong

I Cannot Deny that He is Present

I start off my day with an alarm clock chirping to warn me of the impending workday. It’s not just any workday, however; it’s Saturday. I roll over in an attempt to ignore my alarm clock and realize that sometime between going to bed and waking up, I’ve been joined by my handsome husband. The…… Continue reading I Cannot Deny that He is Present

Mourning Utilities with a Happy Heart.

Here’s the countdown, if you can believe it: I am 10 days away from marrying my best friend. At this point, I’ve surpassed the wedding jitters and just want to get on with the show, okay?! Next Saturday feels like miles away and we cannot wait to be married to each other! It’s great, preparing…… Continue reading Mourning Utilities with a Happy Heart.