Thanks for stopping by today for coffee, tea, and as it’s getting a bit cooler a spot of hot chocolate, and yes there’s whip cream and mini marshmallows. Please feel free to partake in the assorted pastries and fruit for those of you going carb free today. And I tried to be sensitive to those of you that may have a gluten allergy, too.
I hope everyone had a good week. My week was a bit unpleasant, but I’ll get to that later. This past Sunday, I went to a church called New Hope Baptist Church and really enjoyed it. So, I think I’m getting closer to finding a church home. I’m going back tomorrow. One because Continue reading →
I try not to talk about work on my blog, however, today was one of those days in which I need to purge.
As a Christian you’re often told that the devil has imps working for him. Well, let me tell you he has at least one on my job that is about to make me lose my religion.
I’m not going to go into all the particulars because I find the reason behind the whole thing to be rather petty. Unfortunately, it was taken to a whole new level today. A coworker who was initially just giving me the silent treatment and ostracizing me has now turned my work environment into a hostile one.
I’d tell you that a lot of good things happened this week and quite a few wacky things – enough fodder for a few blog posts.
But the best thing that’s happened is my grandmother turned 88 years young today. So, I would be remiss in not saying happy birthday grammy and I miss being able to hop in the car and drive 20 minutes to see you.
I’d tell you that I didn’t finish the Blogging from A to Z Challenge this year. 😢 I thought I could, but blogging was not primary and perhaps not even tertiary. With moving, trying to get settled and starting a new job the A to Z Challenge didn’t fall at a particular good time for me. So, I figured I’d do my own A to Z Challenge later.
Thankfully my mom came out to help me and she is definitely a task master. I have to say that with her help and a lot of instruction I’m pretty much settled. There are a few things I still need – a potato masher, baster, hand mixer, chopper. I’m a bit of a lazy cook. Continue reading →
This post was always going to be about Faith, but after reading The Artistic Christian‘s “E: Edgar Allan Poe and Universal Emotion, I got to thinking about my life’s trials and tribulations, my Christian walk, and my faith. In his post he says, “. . .when you remove faith from a person’s life, the result is the sort of raw terror and restlessness of spirit. . .”
I don’t know of any Christian that hasn’t at some point wrestled with his/her faith and asked, “Why God?” Continue reading →