Blessings to you and yours on this Thanksgiving Day!
You thought about it & spoken about it. Time for action?
Our words hold more power than we may think.
This week, in this new devotional series, I shared a few things about myself that you may or may not have known. I share, because I have always heard, (and found) that a problem shared, is a problem cut in half. I share because I believe God would not have allowed me to walk this… Continue reading The Devo Week in Review
I have the “Bible app” (or YouVersion) and today’s verse of the day brought back some young memories. 2 Corinthians 3:17 | YouVersion Back in my teen years, I was pretty uncontrolled. I struggled with severe anxiety and depression so I quit school. It was much easier to not go to school than to deal… Continue reading Spiritual Freedom
Pre-op (2017) // post-op (2020). A total colectomy by two incredible surgeons and the grace of God saved my life. Updated “Ripley’s Day” blog post Today, the UOAA, United Ostomy Association of America, and anyone who can identify, celebrates the miracle that an incredible amount of us live with, called “ostomy”. Many ostomates and advocates… Continue reading World Ostomy Day 2021
Have you ever fallen in a ditch? I mean, for real. Maybe you weren’t paying attention (phone or no phone involved) and whoops! Down you go. Who put that there!?!? Or maybe it’s just a little trip and a strained ankle - or a skinned knee if it’s a little more aggressive stumble with some… Continue reading Ditches to Platforms
"My hope is built on nothing less, than Jesus' blood and righteousness..." (Solid Rock, Edward Mote, 1834). Now, I know that not everyone reading this feels the same, and I’m only sharing where I’m at, but whether or not you can relate to my faith walk, I’m thinking if you've spent some time on the… Continue reading Marking a Milestone
I know it's an understatement but its been one doosey of a year, am I right? I mean, not just for me, my family, extended family, community, state, and country - but the entire world. It’s not “over” yet, but I do see that we are slowly coming out of their isolation chambers and back… Continue reading A Change of Scenery