God has bigger plans for our loved ones than we could ever have for them. If we never let go, we may never know just what it is our loved one can accomplish in life.
Proverbs says, ‘he that has friends must first show himself friendly and there is a friend that sticks closer than a brother’ (18:24).
Essentially, it starts in the home, and not with the TV. Our daughters should be taught to believe that they are priceless and our sons should be taught that acknowledging, appreciating, and protecting a woman’s worth will make them men of standard and men of honor.
(October 2016) Never let them know how you feel. Never show how you're disappointed. Never show you're upset. Never show it matters. Never show your care. Stoic. Nonchalant. Lifeless ambivalence. Just reflect back what you see. Skin deep emotions are for suckers. Let it roll off your back; don't wear it on your sleeve. Never … Continue reading Poetry: “Timeless Fun”
“The greatest sin of age is to forget the trials of youth.” – Smallville
Anyone who knows me well knows I love New York & Company. I’ve been wanting to own one of their watches but I hadn’t yet found the right watch at the right price (I love scoring deals!). But this summer the opportunity came for me to buy this really nice rose gold watch for $14.00. … Continue reading Ms. Fix It: Using the Right Tools at the Right Time
Love is strong. Love is hard. Love is worth it.
I didn’t just get a great concert, I got great messages.
Grace means a pleasing or attractive quality or endowment. Graceless is the antithesis of graceful. Where graceful means something that is characterized by elegance or beauty of form, manner, movement, or speech, graceless would mean lacking grace, lacking pleasing elegance, or lacking charm.