Resigned at 29 is officially 30! For my birthday, my sister bought me one of those adult coloring books. I'm normally not into the latest trend so when I initially heard about adult coloring books I wasn't interested. (And when you tack the word "adult" onto anything it automatically sounds scandalous in my head. Therefore, … Continue reading Coloring Lessons
This past Christmas I did the majority of my shopping online for the first time ever. While it was easy and convenient there is a certain level of risk. Will the packages arrive on time? Will I be satisfied with the product? When my niece's gift arrived, to my disappointment, it was too small. At … Continue reading The Gift of Giving
At long last, The Honeycomb has opened for business. It is the manifestation of a vision 10 years in the making. The Honeycomb is a coffee stand owned and operated by my church and I am the first official barista. There are days when I feel like a lowly barista. I ask myself, "What am … Continue reading Let Go and Grow
It's been a while since I've posted anything so I'll just do an update on what's been happening with me. I also didn't realize how much time had passed since my last post. I was asked to participate in two different STEM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics) events in October. The first event was speaking to … Continue reading Irons in the Fire
I googled the word "trust" in search of a pic to use for my trust series. The majority of the images were of people doing trust falls. Some of the outcomes looked promising, others, not so much. I guess it's safe to say that trust is associated with falling. I have pretty quick reflexes so … Continue reading A Lesson in Trust: The Free-fall of Faith
I'm beginning a series of posts on trust. The words faith and trust can be used interchangeably when referring to God. I'm getting to the thick of my journey where learning to trust is crucial. This is an ongoing process that can't be covered in one post. Follow me as I share what I've learned.
This past week has been full of unexpected blessings. I started off the week by setting some long and short-term goals and planning out each week one day at a time. When I filled in all the things I knew I was going to do or had to do, I noticed that I had so … Continue reading When Things Fall Together