Not yet. I discovered those two words as part of the definition of barren. I always thought the word ‘barren’ referred to someone incapable of having children. But as I continue to study Elizabeth’s life, I don’t see a woman who can’t conceive. I see […]
Month: January 2023
Three Steps To Flying
As he rides from grass to pavement, I hear, “I have to believe I can fly!” When he circles his front yard, his declaration changes to, “I can fly right off my bike!” Then within a matter of seconds, at top speed, he pops a […]
Pray. Sweat. Eat Date Butter. Repeat.
Pray. Sweat. Eat Date Butter. Repeat. This is the first post of 2023 that I can label, Eat. I confess that I’ve had dates on the brain all day. Whenever I hold a date between my thumb and forefinger, I press down lightly and watch […]
Three Steps To Handling Small Frustrations
My computer died tonight. I’m devastated, and I feel lost. I’m not always good at handling small frustrations. Because I’m such a creature of habit, my routine is significant to me. I started writing in this space in July of 2020. Since that date, every […]
Can I Tell You a Story?
Can I tell you a story? One blessing of growing up in a small African American church is that I learned the importance of testimonies. After accepting Christ during Sunday school, I was taught that every Christian has a story to tell. Psalm 107:2a says, […]