By the way, sometimes it’s okay to start change small. Doing something completely new can be daunting. It can be scary. Well, for most people. There are those among us that love to blaze the trails; we call them trailblazers–we’re so creative. For most of us, however, trying anything new is feels like feeding Gizmo after midnight. But if you’re not willing to move to the new, you’re bound to get held back. So, instead…..
I love hearing how people share these messages. Some are posted on Facebook and shared. Others are forwarded through texts to friends and family. What Others Have Done for You You haven’t moved through life alone. Give thanks to God for what others have been willing to do for you (Philippians 1:3). A New You A new you often begins with a new attitude (Ephesians 4:31). Thankful or Envious You can’t be thankful for what…..
Facebook helps us do something we should be doing already. By now every Facebooker has seen the daily reminders of what you posted previously on this date the year before; it’s creatively labeled On This Day. It began with displaying just what you posted one year ago, I believe. Now, it takes you back several years. You also see who you became friends with that day and for how long you’ve been connected through Facebook. What…..
Happy. Memorial Day recalls lives killed as they served us. Happy. Lives lost in service. Their kin still mourn their loss. We too. Happy Memorial Day. Never forget what was given.
Let me introduce you to Capirotada. May you have a long, lasting relationship together. Usually, people make this dessert during the season of Lent–coming to a church potluck near you, if you’re lucky! You might not know how to pronounce it properly, but just know it’s a type of bread pudding. And I’ve always liked it. I was enjoying one night and someone with me said, “I don’t like capirotada.” While I had heard of people…..