I am a new creation, but the old isn’t gone…

The other day, I decided to go ahead and take the dive into facebook timeline, since it was inevitably coming anyway.  I had been dodging the switch because I was dreading going through all the past posts and deleting the things from my past that I didn’t want to be associated with anymore.  After all, I am a new creation, but for facebook, the old is certainly not gone.

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Random acts of kindness.

People are selfish.  Well, most of them are.  Have you ever been the unexpected recipient of someone else’s selfless act of kindness?  Today, I was left absolutely speechless as I found myself on the receiving end of a co-worker’s generosity, and I felt it absolutely necessary to share!

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A little late for resolutions…

Me & my girls at the Mt. Tabor New Year's Eve Bash

Well, it’s a new year.  It’s time to start reflecting on the past year and to think about the year to come.  2011 was very eventful and exciting for me, with the birth of my first son, Jack, and starting school at Taylor University…there were definitely a lot of ‘ups’ and a few ‘downs’ too, but all in all, it was a good year.  I can’t wait to see what 2012 holds for me and my family, and where God will lead me next!

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Thanks to the Woman at the Well for nominating my blog for the Candle Lighter Award!

This award belongs to those who believe, who always survive the day and those who never stop dreaming, for those who cannot quit, for those who keep trying and if you are in that category you are Entitled to this.

You’re supposed to possess “faith of steel” in order to get this award, so I nominate the Kingdom Journey.

 

The thorn of my flesh

I have suffered with psoriasis since I was about 9 (that’s about 17 years for those who are counting), and it is the thorn in my flesh.  It has caused me a great deal of pain and embarrassment over those years, and, despite lofty and expensive efforts, I have yet to find any sort of effective solution to the “problem”.  Perhaps, however, I’m not meant to find a solution at all.  Perhaps this is one big, red, itchy, painful, disgusting blessing in disguise.

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