Re-Thinking Our Juggle

Friends, are any of you struggling?  Battling with the ever present to do list parked within the walls of your mind?  Determined to at least occasionally look as if you have it all together? But despite your best efforts, you often come away with feelings of failure in one or more areas of your life.... Continue Reading →

Living in Denial ~ Part 2

We find ourselves in denial at various seasons of life. And whether the issue we’re battling is one we’ve brought on ourselves or one in which we had absolutely no control, denial is  common to both. Broken relationships. Trouble with the law. Abuse. Failing grades. Serious illness. Job loss. Death of a loved one. Financial... Continue Reading →

Living in Denial ~ Part 1

Somewhere along my journey, I became a little too acquainted with denial. It began several years ago when financial ruin stood hovering over me like an angry wolf.  I felt paralyzed by fear.  Fear of being unable to pay this or that bill. Fear of losing my home, vehicle, and much of everything else. Fear... Continue Reading →

When Under-Achieving Happens

  When an over-achiever (that would be me) falls prey to a season of under-achieving (that’s where I’ve found myself too often lately), it is very easy to feel like a failure.  A failure in so many areas we work so hard to perfect. For me that equates to failure as a wife, as a... Continue Reading →

When I Fall Down

  I have my plans, I run ahead. My day filled with important things. No time to lose, no time for You. No time at all, or so it seems. I run too fast, I can’t slow down. I never hear You when you call. Run faster still, I lose my step. You long to... Continue Reading →

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