Shepherd James Bell, SJB, has been with us now for four weeks! To say it’s been a whirlwind would be an understatement. Lots of days have been trying and have resulted in lost patience or frustration or overwhelming anxiety. I’ve had my share of sob sessions. Some for good reasons, some probably for no reason …
Can you believe it’s the end of March already? I can’t! Here are my lasts…
2020, it’s been a strange year. Ups and downs. Toilet paper and meat shortages (which, PSA, you can survive off zero meat, folks, but zero TP, I don’t want to try). We’ve evaluated our lives and then reevaluated them. Tried to figure out what the eff is happening. Who we are and what was going on. It truly was a year unlike any other I’ve seen (and hopefully ever see again).
It’s been too long since I’ve done one of these. My apologies! Here’s to the last few days of October! Happy Halloween weekend! What are your lasts?
It’s gonna be May (in my NSYNC voice)…so here’s my ‘lasts’ of April. What are your lasts?
It’s the last day of the month, of the year, of the decade and here is my last post! Happy almost 2020! What are your lasts?
My word of 2019 was discovery and I wrote a post about it that you can find here. When I started the year and wrote that post I was focused on discovering a new world of being a mom and balancing it all. Even though I was somewhat nervous, I had a sense of hope and excitement of the unknown but I am ending the year on a different note. 2019 was one of the most difficult years I can remember. Yes, I discovered things but not in the way I had wanted.
Happy Halloween! Tell me yours and tell me your fun Halloween plans!
And I thought September had 31 days so let’s pretend it’s the last day of the month and not the first… Share yours with me and check out my cousin Holly’s blog for her ‘last’ tidbits here.
This verse stuck in my mind during today’s service at Echo Life Church. Pastor Joe was discussing how to get the stress out and highlighted this verse as a reminder to adjust our pace (watch or listen to the whole service here). But as we participate in our third funeral of the year it makes …