Looking back to the week that was, I can’t help but be grateful to God. There were a lot of heartaches and disappointments that my children and I had to deal with, but I am thankful because healing has finally started in our family, too. When things get tough, I remember to pray and praise God for His blessings, including my family and the challenges we face together. It’s not always easy to do, but it’s not impossible and I’m starting to get the hang of it. Go ahead and try it too! reading A Woman After God’s Own Heart by Elizabeth George and The Good Earth by Pearl S. Buck. It took a while for me to finish Elizabeth’s other book, A Mom After God’s Own Heart, but I’m hoping I’d be able to finish this one a little faster. You have no idea how many parenting and marriage books I’ve got lined up to read, while trying to read the books Big ‘n Lil sis are also interested in! writing about online dating (my first assignment) and some …
Learning to be a mom after God’s own heart and becoming a life coach
Sunday Currently on a Tuesday
reading Joni and Ken: An Untold Love Story by Ken and Joni Eareckson Tada with Larry Libby. Here’s a true to life story of love between two individuals who genuinely desire to let Jesus known through their ministries, including marriage, including all the struggles they have to go through and how they continue to overcome them. Giving it two thumbs up as early as now, and seriously considering writing a book review about it, even if I really just prefer to read and remember their story or any book for that matter. writing various (Christmas) lists, as usual, as well as new posts such as this one. I was very frustrated the past couple of months that I was unable to write or finish writing certain articles. Aside from getting easily distracted, my WordPress account was a mess that it would not allow me to write or edit an article. I had to go through an app called Blogo to start a draft and use the WP app on my mobile phone to edit blog titles and …
We’ve got nine dogs now, but none of them compares to Quinn, will all those qualities she got… I guess such fur babies only come once in a lifetime.
Back to writing The Sunday Currently again
Getting equipped to overcome bad habits, destructive hurts, and hang-ups
Sorting out my convoluted thoughts
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Lately, it seems like I’ve been encountering people who are supposed to be already dead coming back to life. I’m not sure if I just became aware of it after watching Now You See Me 2 on cable TV, with Atlas’s line stuck on my head: coming back from the dead is something that no magician has ever performed, but… or something to that effect. Or, maybe because I’ve been reading The Traveler’s Gift: Seven Decisions That Determine Personal Success by Andy Andrews, where the main character travels through time to meet prominent figures in American and world history to learn a very important lesson from each of them. Obviously, these people are already dead, literally, but they’re the kind I would love to meet and learn from myself. I imagine meeting them, with the experience being fun, exciting, and enlightening. Unfortunately, I can’t say the same thing for the other kind of dead ones that seem to have resurfaced recently too. Take for example our enemies who live next door to us. Somehow, I’ve become adept at tuning …