So today I’m actually feeling a little proud of myself.
Mostly because this week Jamie and I did something we’ve never done before. (That’s a big deal when you’re a major chicken when it comes to trying new things.).
It all started with an ugly old desk that’s been sitting in the back of my living room. It was Jamie’s desk from before he graduated college (so it’s really, really old lol). Perhaps back then it was nice, but after years of heavy use it was starting
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Sometimes the best advice comes from those who are just a little more mature than us. The other day I had the opportunity to sit down for some uninterrupted girl time with a special friend who is a little older than me. As we were sharing about what’s happening now in our lives and where we feel God’s leading us in the future, I expressed my frustration with some current health issues I’ve been battling and my ongoing question of “Why now?” As I told my friend, I’ve waited y
I hate making big decisions! (How’s that for an opening?!?).
I know it’s part of being a mature adult, but the truth is that it’s difficult for my overthinking, over-stressed, imagine-every-possible-thing-that-could-go-wrong personality to make a large choice.
Okay, maybe I’m not so bad about making the choice. It’s just afterwards that I doubt myself. I question my choice and wonder if I chose the best possible option. Many times I drive myself (and my brother, Jam
Have you ever had a moment that you knew was just a “God-moment?”
You know, one of those times when you look at what just happened and thought, “God was just all over this.”
You could see His hand of blessing, His guidance telling you specifically which way to go, or a mountain moved that you honestly thought was just an impossibility.
Over the past few weeks, I’ve experienced several of these moments.
Some of the incidents were “big deals”—-points of directi