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If you’ve been reading along the past couple of months, you know that our life situation has changed somewhat. We’ve gone from me working full-time outside the home to trying to make it working from home, and it’s been challenging … Continue reading
I’ll blog in more detail later, I’m sure, but right now, let it suffice to say that we’re closing on our house today! Let the moving commence!We won’t get it all done today, but we can sure make a good … Continue reading
Have you ever heard the pastor saying something in church and known that he’s talking directly to YOU? Ever felt like everyone else might just as well go home, because that sermon is straight from God to the pastor’s mouth … Continue reading
I’ve had my current job for just over two years. Some things have gone on that have made me question whether I belong there, and so I put out a few feelers regarding other opportunities. Lo and behold, one of … Continue reading
Do you have dreams? Not necessarily the kind we have while we’re sleeping, but dreams of doing something different, being something different, taking your life in a whole different direction. For a long time, I forgot how to dream. My … Continue reading