Mother’s Day was certainly unique this year due of the COVID-19 pandemic. For me, the week leading up to Mother’s Day was interesting as it was full of video interviews and preparations for various opportunities to share my story. I recorded an interview with a local pastor (and friend of mind) for his Mother’s DayContinue reading “My Week of Interviews – And Sharing One with You!”
Category Archives: God’s Will
Jeremiah 29:11- The Rest of the Story
Perched on the top bunk of my third story dorm room I had a good view of my fellow college students on the sidewalk below. I watched them pass as if staring at the second hand of a clock, absentmindedly watching the rhythm of the afternoon. I adjusted the pillow behind my back and leanedContinue reading “Jeremiah 29:11- The Rest of the Story”
One of my Worst Moments
It is one of the worst moments of my life. I was six days shy of my eleventh birthday and, as my six-year-old brother would say later, though the day was called Good Friday, it wasn’t a very good day for us. Instead, there we stood in a sterile hospital room with our dad. WeContinue reading “One of my Worst Moments”
I Don’t Want To Let Go!
Hi. My name is Christy and I struggle with letting go. Hi, Christy. I mean, I get excited about new things, but I don’t like having to let go of what is familiar and comfortable and safe. Change can be scary, particularly if there are unknowns ahead. Like, if I can’t picture what my routineContinue reading “I Don’t Want To Let Go!”
Daddy Loves You
My memory of the moment is both crystal clear and fuzzy at the same time. It’s hard to explain, but yet if you’ve ever been in shock, you’ll understand. My body felt numb and weak and apparently that was obvious to those around me because a nurse pushed a stool underneath my legs and helpedContinue reading “Daddy Loves You”
Behold! I Stand At The Door… and Ring the Doorbell.
It’s fun to mess with your kids! In love, of course! Since moving to a different house a few months ago our family has repeated a new trick that has yet to get old. Well, it’s not yet old to me anyway. In fact, I was giggling about it earlier tonight and my husband calledContinue reading “Behold! I Stand At The Door… and Ring the Doorbell.”