If you really want to know why I am who I am….then read on….I would warn you that they are both lengthy.I would also tell you that what is written is only a small part of who I am. It doesn’t tell the whole story. These are just a couple of highlights if you will. I have been considering writing more because the last few years have taken me on another journey. I have had to deal with some issues and face some things that were even more difficult than what is all ready written. God is always faithful and carried me through those tenuous times. HE deserves the glory for it all. Thank you for taking the time to see what God can do with something broken and how HE can help us overcome the darkest moments in our lives.God can break cycles that we struggle with as long as we are willing to open our eyes to what HE needs to show us.
It wasn’t until recently, after going through those post, I realized how poorly they are written. Don’t be a grammar nazi. I am in the process of correcting them. =) I am long winded. I tend to write as if I were having a conversation with someone and since I love to talk…..well, they would be termed as verbose at best.
Feel free to leave me a message. In fact I would prefer it if you did…..I like to know who stops by even if it is just to say Hi!! If what I have written has been an encouragement to you, I would love to know…God Bless.
Coming across your blog site, I just wondered, do you like Christian fiction? If you do, should you ever read my Christian novel, “Outcasts of Skagaray”, I would be interested to hear what you think of it. My own children have read it, and a few dozen others, and it seems to appeal to a range of age groups. Incidentally, I did find your site comforting. It seems like a warm drop-in place.
Thanks Andrew……I will have to check it out. Thanks for stopping in and visiting…..AND leaving me a message…. 😆
Thanks for visiting my blog. I was bored and clicking on people’s blogs linked from other people’s blogs, just checking on familiar names! That’s how I ended up on your blog today (I’m assuming that’s why you came over to mine). Anyway, life is good. Staying busy, adjusting to life without my daughter at home and enjoying every minute. Thanks for checking in with me!