Perfection breeds discontent. Read that again. Perfection breeds discontent! We all do it. I’m guilty too. We live in a society that demands we have luxury cars with all the bells and whistles. We follow fashion trends with name brands and expensive clothing. We will even redecorate our homes to follow the newest decor styles,… Continue reading You’re soul will never be at peace if you keep demanding more
I think we have all been in that place. The place where we thought we had met the person we were going to spend the rest of our lives with. The person that you couldn’t imagine doing life without. But that relationship inevitably ends. It took me a long time to get to this point… Continue reading How you know you met the right one, after the wrong one.
I am not always a good Christian. It’s been quite some time since I attended in person church. I’ve stopped doing my Bible studies and I often forget to read my daily devotional. I still pray. Daily. And I always recite the Lord’s Prayer in the evening. But I often find myself being the kind… Continue reading I am not always a good Christian
Prior to Christmas, I had made a decision that in the new year, I wanted to move towards a more simplistic way of living. I wanted to declutter, get rid of things that I no longer use or are not functional anymore, and create my own version of minimalism. Now, please don’t confuse my version… Continue reading My journey to minimalism
We often attribute home to a place, an entity, a dwelling where we have spent enough time that we have bonded to it. My childhood home was my parents farm. 60 acres where I played and where I stayed until I was 23. I had a happy home, with a happy family. My parents were… Continue reading Home
As I scroll through my social media, I see more people ready for 2019 to end rather than sharing their blessings from the year. I was one of those people initially. I had a whole post about moving on and learning to truly let go and how I was going to leave the destruction of… Continue reading Here’s to writing new chapters and saying goodbye to 2019.
I am more emotional these days than I have been in a long time. I went through such a period of sadness, then another long period of strength. Now I am in this intense season of gratitude. I look around at my life at this current point and sometimes it is hard to hold back… Continue reading Overwhelmingly Grateful
It has been 273 days since the night my husband came home and told me he wanted a divorce. That is 9 months since my whole world changed. This time line is kind of ironic, because at the time, we were trying to get pregnant. I thought we would be welcoming a new baby into… Continue reading Finding peace in the pain
Today it has been 8 years. 8 years since the boy I loved so very much left us. 8 years since heroin ripped him from this world. This blog was created 5 years ago as a way to put into words my pain, grief and anger. It has since taken a turn in regards to… Continue reading For the love of Jeremy
If you think dating after divorce or a bad breakup is hard, try your hand at falling in love. Love is a dangerous and tricky gamble to begin with. We all want it because the payout is awesome! But we run the risk of leaving empty handed and broke, or in most cases broken. Then… Continue reading Loving again after someone leaves