Now I Begin,
Now I Begin,
Psalm 31:11 My life is worn out by sorrow, and my years by sighing. My strength fails in my affliction my bones are wearing down. The world today is cray-cray! Is that still a thing, cray-cray? Nonetheless things are getting out of hand. In the mornings when I watch the news and see all the Want More?
For my birthday I decided to give the gift of humility to myself. I feel it is important to be self aware and work on yourself, particularly if you are as opinionated as moi’. First step, quite frankly possibly the only one, is to try and be a better listener and not talk about myself so much. Want More?
27:10 Even if my father and mother forsake me, the Lord will take me in. If you can not trust your parents, who can you trust? God. It is as simple as that. Trust in God, may seem a bit cliche but it simply is the truth. This statement is so profound because it is Want More?
My brain is a whirling, twirling, swirling tornado. As I move through my day, everything around me is pulled in and gets caught up in a continuous rotation as it is dissected, analyzed, and discarded in the form of misplaced keys, wayward cell phones, unfinished projects, forgotten names, faces, and moodiness. How things smell, look, feel, Want More?
Psalm 18 A Psalm of Thanksgiving: You are gasping for air, your lungs screech out in pain with every mouth full of black murky water. Arms thrash left to right, but to no avail. As far as the eye can see, the dark water extends out and around you-turning in and over itself as it Want More?
Psalm 16 God The Supreme Good Psalm 16:8 I keep the Lord always before me; with him at my right hand, I shall never be shaken. Bad things happen. You will just be sailing along, everything seemingly alright and then boom! Everything is suddenly not okay. Perhaps you may be one of those people who feels Want More?
Originally Published July 2015 A week ago, Sunday July 12th, I was inspired to sit and write Boys and Turtles. Although the events had happened some time ago they begged to be put down. A simple, and as my husband pointed out somewhat long post, that appeared to be about taking time to help others Want More?
A couple of weeks ago I was driving my daughter to swim practice. It was a typical “Christina” weekday morning. In other words, I was running late and annoyed because Tay had been telling me “Mommy it’s time to go!” every five minutes for the past half hour. (I digress.) As I stated I Want More?