He said he would be her friend. She said she had never had a friend like him. He said, “Let’s take a walk on the beach.” She said, “You can hold my hand.” He said, “I’ll write to you from England.” She said, “You can kiss me goodbye.” He said, “I want a Christmas wedding.”… Continue reading He said, She said
Last Friday evening I received a vile and disgusting comment on my blog. The writer, a male who resides in Ohio, gave himself a fictional name, and commented saying horrible things about me and my husband. The things he said were completely inaccurate. He made gross assumptions about our situation and my heart. He made completely inaccurate statements about God’s forgiveness. He assured me that I was not forgiven or redeemed.
A wedding anniversary is a day to celebrate a series of days where two people were successful at treating one another with more grace than either one deserved. This year we are celebrating twenty-seven years of failures and successes.
There is a vast difference between a woman who is worth far more than rubies and a woman people would like to stone.
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