I shared this infograph on my Facebook wall a few weeks back. There was no attribution, no link back, no nothin’. One of my friends said, “That’s from Jen Hatmaker’s book ‘Interrupted’.” I’m so thankful she shared that info. I’ve … Continue reading
It’s Friday! What makes this day even better? I have the whole day off PLUS Monday. WOO HOO! You know what makes it even better? The house got cleaned yesterday so me and Mr. Fry are enjoying the day in … Continue reading
It’s bothersome when I hear people complain about things. They went through my luggage…and looked at my bras…and my jewelery. How dare they! He questioned me about my proposal. Seriously!? What a jerk! My shirt is just too tight these … Continue reading
I am so happy! Lovely Wesa has written a post about her and hubby Steve’s quickly approaching (two days!) trip to Africa. If you recall I wrote a previous post about the amazing things God is doing there. If your … Continue reading
I love seeing God at work. Some times you don’t have to look very hard. I’m finding the more I let go of “me” the more I see God at work.
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I have a confession. I have been very grumpy lately. Just ask my family. I’m sure they would wholeheartedly agree! If I give myself permission to be grumpy, I think I could follow suit all darn day. The key for … Continue reading
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This is me most every day. OK…not every day, but a lot of times. Found on Pinterest from Paperfashion Instagram.
Our moving adventure begins today! We’ll head to the rental this weekend which will give me a week to clean up our old house before we sell it on March 25. If all goes well, we’ll be moving into the … Continue reading
Those around me know I can be a worry wart. I’ve tried to overcome this tendency and I think I’m slowly, slowly getting better. There are times I realize I still have a long way to go. The family and … Continue reading
I was surprised this morning because the goos made their own breakfast and mine, PLUS I enjoyed an artistic rendition of myself in clementine orange pieces. Notice the resemblance? I am so lucky and thankful to have thoughtful, funny and … Continue reading