Category: Life Journey Journal

The Hidden Fault of Comparing Myself to Myself

The Hidden Fault of Comparing Myself to Myself

How can I know all the sins lurking in my heart?Cleanse me from these hidden faults.Keep your servant from deliberate sins!Don't let them control me.Then I will be free of guilt, and innocent of great sin.May the words of my mouth and the mediation of my heart be pleasing to you, O Lord, my rock … Continue reading The Hidden Fault of Comparing Myself to Myself

Not Belonging – Wounds to Wins Series

Not Belonging – Wounds to Wins Series

The last time I think a really felt I belonged in this world I was seven years old. My life was simple, predictable. The world inside and outside of my rural Loveland, Colorado home allowed endless opportunity to let my imagination run wild. I was safe, warm, fed, and secure. My first day of kindergarten, … Continue reading Not Belonging – Wounds to Wins Series

Tapping into My Creative Brain a Different Way

In early fall of 2018, I decided to use the sewing machine I received as a Christmas gift in 2017 to make a wedding quilt for my daughter and her husband.It would be my first attempt at a quilt, and of course I picked a complicated pattern. It took me almost two months to complete. … Continue reading Tapping into My Creative Brain a Different Way

Will 2019 Be the Year I Finally Simplify and Enjoy Life?

As 2019 approached, I found myself melancholy as I reflected on all the major events and milestones in 2018. So many amazing things happened (so many I might forget one or two) -- my older daughter's second pregnancy announcement my other daughter getting engaged and getting married planning and executing a wedding in 6 months … Continue reading Will 2019 Be the Year I Finally Simplify and Enjoy Life?

When the Third One Left the Nest – The Differences Between Sons and Daughters

When the Third One Left the Nest – The Differences Between Sons and Daughters

Maybe it's because I'm the mom and he's my son, but I had no idea it would be so hard to watch my boy leave home. After all, his sisters have been on their own for years and they are doing amazing. So, why did the smallest thought of him being on his own bring … Continue reading When the Third One Left the Nest – The Differences Between Sons and Daughters