Monthly Archives: June 2012

On Love

A poem post: On my Knees Kinda Love I’m on my knees praying… asking my Father for His guidance once again, and He answers (He always does): He instills in me this renewed hope… in Love no less. So after … Continue reading

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Part II

I wrote most recently about a brief conversation I had with a young teen about relationships. I encouraged her to guard her heart and to listen to her gut. I’ve got more musings, having just returned from my cousin’s beautiful … Continue reading

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My Sanctuary

I’m sitting in a sanctuary right now.  My writing sanctuary. I’m not alone. I’m enveloped by me, myself, and I. After a full 365-degree circle of a year, I find myself in a space that allows me to reflect, celebrate, and just take … Continue reading

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Good Grief

(This post is not to espouse perfection, but rather to acknowledge the blessing of having the opportunity to reflect, to learn, and to grow…) Lately, I’ve been given glimpses of how God must feel when we reject him.  I now … Continue reading

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Dad: The Original Model

With three boys–two of whom are chronologically considered men but who are not totally independent yet– in tow under my tutelage as a woman doing her best to love, mother, teach, protect, and give more love, my thoughts are constantly … Continue reading

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Ain’t Nobody Playin’

I’ve been blessed over the years to have good, solid girlfriends. You know, the ones with whom you’ve been through the highs and lows together, the family spats, the boyfriend troubles, marriage woes, births of children, rites of passage, even … Continue reading

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