I know the topic I’m about to broach is sensitive. For Christians, at least. And for others, it may be mildly amusing. Yet, it’s something that has bothered me for a few years now, and it really just sort of came to a head this evening (I started this post Thursday evening, May 10th) as I watched Tammy Faye Bakker … Read the restContinue reading →
(If you are new here and you are interested in this study, please page down to the “Article Series” link below, or “Women Who Run With The Wolves” in the Category section in the sidebar to the right to view previous reflections.)
The Women Who Run With the Wolves series is back!
Finding That Intuition (Part 3)
As stated in … Read the restContinue reading →
My daughter will be 3 years old on May 20th. I am so excited! I see her personality developing each day, her sense of independence, her vocabulary – it’s so incredibly amazing!
My husband and I try to teach our daughter how to make good choices. Even though she is (and will be) an only child, we refuse to allow … Read the restContinue reading →
I’d like to say Friday Favorites is back with a bang. It’s back, but not with a bang.
I love doing this post, because it gives me an opportunity to highlight some really great posts that I’ve discovered as I’ve perused my MyBlogLog community, my own blogroll, or other sites that I’ve discovered in my weekly browsing. I’ve not had … Read the restContinue reading →
I see her often. A little girl. She’s about four years old. She is wearing a powder blue dress. She is walking in the house with her back toward the wall, sliding against it ever so slowly, like there’s something amiss. Like she’s trying to hide something. And indeed she is.
Her dress is torn. In the back. It’s ripped. … Read the restContinue reading →