Imagine you’re an active six-year-old boy named Jacob. Like any youngster, you have some favorite possessions, and sometimes you’ll bring those items with you to places that don’t necessarily make sense to adults. For instance, one day while you were getting ready to spend the afternoon doing fun things with your Mom you decided to… Continue reading Jacob and the Pokémon Card
“Evidence shows that women are less self-assured than men—and that to succeed, confidence matters as much as competence.” -The Atlantic It was already decided. On Monday morning, between the hours of 10-11 AM, I would seek employment as a Food Server in the hip downtown area of a neighboring city. Working in that atmosphere would fit… Continue reading Text Messaging and Blow Dryers…Instruments of the Lord.
My husband is graduating today from Van Guard University with his Master’s Degree in Leadership/Spiritual Formation. As I dressed for the occasion, I felt insecure in my wardrobe choices. I have a smaller income than I did a few months ago, thus I have been much more diligent with how I use my expendable cash. I… Continue reading Overcoming Insecurities at IHOP