I was taught to think. To question. To not be satisfied with an answer until I have seen all sides and made a decision based on sound research. After years of further study (about 9 years of postgraduate study), it usually comes as second nature. Granted sometimes I'm not thinking straight or my short attention … Continue reading I was taught to think and I do not apologize.
"To me, a lady is not frilly, flouncy, flippant, frivolous and fluff-brained, but she is gentle. She is gracious. She is godly and she is giving... You and I, if we are women, have the gift of femininity. Very often it is obscured, just as the image of God is obscured in all of us... … Continue reading “To me, a lady …
Someone requested recently that I write a post about what happens after a shipwreck, they were encouraged by my 'In the midst of Shipwrecks' post. What do you do when your world has fallen apart, you have weathered the rising tides and woken dazed and confused on the shore? So here it is. I don't … Continue reading The other side of the storm.
That will be our excuse when our kids see these. hehe