Scintilla (n.) a tiny, brilliant flash or spark

We drifted out of the restaurant, high on laughter & the spirit of God's goodness. Ours was a loud group that probably seemed drunk, but that was the furthest from the truth. We were filled to the brim with joy & love & goodness, and to be honest, we were basking in the blessing that… Continue reading Scintilla (n.) a tiny, brilliant flash or spark

To Release What Is Within You

I asked my Instagram followers if there was anything they wanted to know specifically about this big new move, and the first response came from someone wanting to know what our roles would be in our new church. I have been asked to work as the nursery coordinator, which means I will be putting together… Continue reading To Release What Is Within You

A World Entirely My Own

Do you ever cry at the silliest of moments? I always have. When Matthew died in Downton Abbey, I sat in my chair & wept. When leaving vacation, I aways start crying, for reasons I can't explain. When I read a good book, or see a beautiful sunset, or stare at a work of art,… Continue reading A World Entirely My Own

When You Start To Crack Open

Have you ever watched a glass of water shatter? Have you ever stared in horror as the child's elbow moves too fast, and the cup is falling, and you are paralyzed as you realize that you can do nothing to stop it? Have you ever sat in shock for two seconds as water begins to… Continue reading When You Start To Crack Open

When Fear Comes Knocking & My Thoughts Wage War

Have you ever been at that crossroads? You know the one. Not the one yellow-colored one Robert Frost wrote about. The other one where Fear stands, pointing & yelling, This one is safer! You know you can't make it down that path! You're not up for it! You'll never make it! You might as well give… Continue reading When Fear Comes Knocking & My Thoughts Wage War