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Though he dies, he shall live.

Those of you who know me know I like to keep up with popular culture. I follow along with many celebrities and entertainers in the business we call show. What can I say? It’s a guilty pleasure and I think one should be well informed on all levels (at least that’s what I tell myself 😉).

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What Happens When You’re Sick… And How It Relates To Life

As I sit here on my couch, watching a movie I have seen a hundred times at least, wiping my nose incessantly, and avoiding the urge to scratch out my itchy eyes, my sick self wants to feel sorry for me. I hate being sick. It physically disables my never-ending list of things to do. My mind is telling me yes, but my body is telling me no. Why do we get sick?! Continue reading “What Happens When You’re Sick… And How It Relates To Life”

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What I’ve Learned About Marriage One Month In

IMG_3983I know what you all are thinking… this girl has only been married one month. What could she possibly know about marriage? I’ll tell you… I know I don’t know as much as those of you who have been married 5, 10, and even 30 years (God willing we will get there one day). But if I were to say that in the one month (and 2 days) that I’ve been married that I haven’t learned anything… I’d be lying! Cause we are always growing and always learning. So in my own form of journaling, I am going to tell you what I’ve learned so far in my short, but awesome time of marriage! Continue reading “What I’ve Learned About Marriage One Month In”

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For me I’ve always thought of the airport as a sort of haven. People coming and going, with a sense of hope and excitement in the air, not knowing what new adventures await. Loved ones greeting people they haven’t seen in forever, or people departing from loved ones on the journey to become who God created them to be. One of the greatest feelings is arriving at the airport, bags in hand, and getting on a plane to take you to a place you’ve never been (or a place you’ve been a million times) knowing that you’ve been given the opportunity to see and to learn the world just a little differently than you knew before. Today, I choose to remember that. And I pray for those who woke up this morning with that same feeling, only to have it challenged by the evil of this world. May they never lose hope and trust in Christ who will always be lighting the way on His “adventure” in the darkness we find here.