A recap on my solo trip to Colorado and the joy, love, strength and peace I received through it.
Hey All! So I'm going on my first solo adventure.. To Evergreen, CO! Its going to be one that really helps me take control of this fear and anxiety within myself and further replace it with LOVE and JOY. It just brings tears to my eyes knowing the goodness and excitement that is going to come from this solo adventure.
If you know me well, you know I thrive off being busy. I have a go go go mindset and I am always on the move and immersed in some sort of task, whether it be work, volunteering, working out or spending time with friends. Due to some hip/knee pain (I let go for way … Continue reading 3 Day Weekends are for Cooking and Baking
The past two months have been quite the journey to say the least. But, during these last 3 weeks of Advent the Lord has worked wonders in my heart. I finally realized how much I need the Lord's love and how following his heart brings so much JOY.
Thanksgiving - a time for giving thanks. Thats pretty simple right? But, sometimes life can become tough and challenging, making it hard to be thankful in the midst of pain or struggle. The adversities in our lives only serve to make us more bold and more strong AND within that strength emerges beauty and love... As you're reading this - Today is The Day to let go, forgive, be thankful and love this path you are traveling and those who have traveled the path with you.
I decided to make some cookies for my women's bible study this past Monday! I made peanut butter cookies. We have been going through 1 Corinthians and will be for the rest of the year. We have been using the book First Corinthians: Living Love when we disagree. The book is geared towards women and we have been loving Corinthians! This past week we went through 1 Corinthians 5.
I'm about to pour a lot out here, more than I have in a blog before. But, as Brené Brown says, "Vulnerability is the birthplace of love, belonging, joy, courage, empathy, and creativity. It is the source of hope, empathy, accountability, and authenticity. If we want greater clarity in our purpose or deeper and more meaningful spiritual lives, vulnerability is the path.”