We come upon the scene of the crime in Mark 2. It is chock full of code violations. Failure to obtain permit to gather Too many people for the size of the structure Failure to have sufficient port-a-potties Trespassing Breaking and entering (literally!) Not ADA compliant for handicap accessibility Here is the police as reported … Continue reading Code Violations
I am hereby serving you, (you know who or what you are) an eviction notice. You are to vacate my brain immediately and never return. Take all your junk with you; I don't need it anymore. You have occupied a space in my head for far too long. You are not paying me rent, and … Continue reading You’ve been served!
To continue the theme in my recent posts of Being Salty and Being Fruity, I want to bring it to the logical conclusion here, in Being Shiny. Because guess what the next verse is after being the salt? Being the light! “Your lives light up the world. Let others see your light from a distance, … Continue reading Being Shiny
Hi. You've reached my machine. I'm unavailable to take your call right now, because I won the lottery and am sitting on a beach. “Oh cabana boy, please bring me another refreshing beverage and massage my feet.” My husband and I joke this would be the outgoing message at my office if we ever won … Continue reading Cabana Boy
I'll tell you straight up, I'm addicted to kindness. I can't get enough of it. I'm hooked on dealing it to others. The world needs more of it. Giving kindness doesn't have to be extravagant. Simple kindness seems to work the best, because it is sincere. When starting anything new, it takes practice to make … Continue reading Being Fruity
I was reading Proverbs 2 recently before going to sleep and prayed that I would “train my heart to listen when He speaks and open my spirit wide to receive discernment.” I want to learn how to share the joy I have in Jesus with others, being the salt. In the middle of the night, … Continue reading Being Salty
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