Picture courtesy of Transitioning to Me To know I am not alone, it takes my breath away. How about you?
I don’t know how else to describe the past couple of weeks except that deep within my thoughts have been this must be what it is like for oil and water to mix. January 4th was the 2nd anniversary of my Mother transitioning to heaven. I was not prepared for the the wave of grief … More When oil and water mix
Yesterday was a rough day. Allergy migraine. ‘Nuff said. In the midst of yesterday’s pain, God sent me a rainbow through a blogging friend without her even knowing how God was using her. At the moment I saw it, I felt this thrill of joy and hope even in the midst of the pain and … More My rainbow shield
My husband has an expression “too heavenly minded to be any earthly good”. That’s not what I’m talking about here. I’m not talking about stuffing your heart away so that you don’t feel loss, grief, pain, disappointment or whatever lack has occurred in your life; then when your heart tries to surface for air you … More Pain and Provision
Big question. Important answer. If I may, I’d like to thank our respective intellects for how hard they work at trying to figure everything out for us, sorting through all the input that we experience and trying to connect the dots so that we can rest easy. Our intellects work very hard; but right now … More Does God really love me if I am chronically ill?
I was just speaking with a friend who has been dealing with grief. During our conversation she told me several times “you’ve got to put that on your blog”. Part of me had trouble accepting that encouragement; almost a fear of what if no one else agrees with her; what will people think of me? … More Is that all there is?
So am I crazy or do I really have something worth sharing? I hope it’s the latter for both our sakes. How can hope be unconditional? Because hope is a choice. A choice to believe that God is who He says He is: The Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in … More Unconditional hope