Memories That Sting & A Father That Never Fails

My Father said to me on his deathbed what I had waited my entire 25-years of life at the time to hear - “ Bonnie you’re so beautiful. I’m proud of you & I love you.” I can ponder on that to this day at 48 years old & still weep as though it were …

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Vulnerability

vul·ner·a·bil·i·ty the quality or state of being exposed to the possibility of being attacked or harmed, either physically or emotionally. It feels a whole lot like being naked, exposed & extremely unsafe. But oh my - how much it is vital to our well-being. How much it is vital to our growth. And our healing …

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Lamp To My Feet & Light To My Path

“Do you know what it is to have a text leap out of the Scriptures upon you, and carry you away? This special energy and flash of truth is always memorable. How often have the waves of this sea of truth been phosphorescent before my eyes—a sea of glass mingled with fire, of which the …

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Confession Time On Trying To Cope & Desperately Needing God

Confession time. I am struggling under a burden recently I’ve been attempting to carry pretty much alone. I mean, I’ve been praying - yes, but I’ve also kept my eyes more on the circumstance than on God. And that is not faith. And He, regardless, has been faith-full to put article & video or post …

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All Things New

I hope & trust all of you had a wonderful Christmas. Mine was really nice. I'm very thankful for my family & friends. And for y'all too. ☺️ Boy, am I looking forward to this New year. And I'm banking on it being exactly that. Although thankful for the experiences, I feel that I put …

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Leaving The Familiar & Comfortable Far Behind

Ah yes, familiarity. I know it well. I guess it’s glass-house confession time. How many times I have been so guilty of finding myself playing in the mud bottoms of the same ol’ situations. Places & people-types where I should’ve learned lessons & long-since moved on to bigger & better things. Never to look back. …

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