The other day I was remembering when I moved into a dorm room on campus when I was 18. At first it was so exciting, I had untold freedom to do what I wanted, and make my own decisions. But after a while, it got a little overwhelming, and I missed being at home. I … Continue reading Homesick
You've heard the stories. “You kids have it so easy. Why when I was young, I had to walk five miles, barefoot, one way to school through 3 feet of snow.” While that might be a tall tale, the truth is some things are easier nowadays. There used to be a time in the not … Continue reading Wait for it…
No, really. You've got to believe me. This will be well worth the 8 minutes and 49 seconds it takes to watch this. A beautiful sister sent me this link. (You know who you are!) So get rid of any distractions, find a quiet spot, watch and be amazed. I still get goosebumps and tear up … Continue reading Trust me…
How many people with a sense of entitlement does it take to screw in a light-bulb? Why just one, of course. They stand still holding the bulb and the world revolves around them. And when the government keeps talking about cutting entitlements, I wish they'd cut people's sense of entitlement first. It's sad to say, … Continue reading Sense of Entitlement much?
Twas the night before Halloween and I had such a fright, I witnessed my mess and considered my plight. I just settled down with my sins on my chest, If I didn't confess them, there would be no rest. When out on the lawn there arose such a clatter, I jumped from my bed to … Continue reading Jesus is the reason for every season
So I am in the last throes of 2017 tax filing season. October 15th is the last day to file and I do not have time right now to finish the various blogs posts I have started. But, I still have time to squeeze in reading. I just finished The Bema by Tim Stevenson. What a powerful … Continue reading The Bema
I'm an accountant by profession. I like being organized (think anal, Type A) by making lists. It helps me keep things in balance, especially during tax season. I make my to do lists old school, using paper and pencil. Then I can check things off, or adjust as needed, with an eraser. I like the … Continue reading To Do Lists