It always amazes me how God shows up at the perfect time and in the perfect way. The thing about it, though, is a lot of times it’s so subtle that you can miss it if you aren’t paying attention. Noisy The other day I was having dinner with someone at Texas Roadhouse. For … More Important Lessons Learned from Strawberry Wine
We are now at the first full week of the new year, and it seems as though everything is back on schedule in most of our lives. The beginning of the year always brings about the topic of New Year’s Resolutions. Do you make resolutions each year? I’ve never really been one to make a … More My Anti Resolution, Anti Pre-set Goal Making, Anti 30 Day Fast Year
You know what? I’m a mess. That’s who I am. I have never had it all together nor have I ever been in a place where I’m not . . . well . . . a mess. It would take a very strong person to live day in and day out with me. So who … More My Dirty Little Secret . . .
For someone who has struggled in the past with feelings of inadequacy, extremely low self-esteem, the need to be perfect in order to be good enough, and struggling with food addictions, it’s sometimes hard to stop these feelings from returning. I told a little of my story before in my post, When Food Consumes You, … More Keeping Everyone Happy
I remember last summer when my niece and I were talking, and she saw my ankle bracelet with a dangling crown on it. I mentioned that I needed to get her something with a crown to wear because she’s a princess. Her response was a very defensive, “No I’m not. I am not a princess.” “But … More Blast From the Past: Princess in the House
I’m still amazed at how the enemy reaches the majority of us by pointing out our imperfections even after knowing what the truth really says about us. It’s been on my mind a lot lately, so I want to take a passage from my book, Attainable Perfection. How you view yourself affects more than you realize. It … More I’m Perfect — How About You?