What if…

What if the sun turned orange? What if the grass was suddenly the sea? What if cotton candy grew on trees, what if money was free? So many questions, and an imagination of endless possibilities! In many cases, the “what if” questions can be thought-provoking and helpful. For the inventors, the engineers, pioneers of science,…… Continue reading What if…

Sitting By The Fire

The past couple of weeks, I’ve been going through a book called Grace for the Good Girl by Emily P. Freeman. As described in another book, Breaking Up With Perfect by Amy Carroll, there are two different types of perfectionists: “Some lovers of Perfect live with the Good Girl Syndrome. These women are rule followers by nature…… Continue reading Sitting By The Fire

Grace Abounding

Y’all probably know by now that I tend to struggle with perfectionism. With perfectionism, comes a viewpoint that makes grace incredibly hard to understand. I think as humans, grace is a hard concept in and of itself. Most situations we encounter in life are performance based and there is no grace if you mess up.…… Continue reading Grace Abounding

And Everything Was Still

“Be still and know that I am God,” ~ Psalm 46:10 Know: be convinced or certain of, have understanding of, perceive directly, have knowledge of. Still: free from noise or turbulence, devoid of or abstaining from motion. Last December (I know…a long time ago, but I’m a senior so 😉 ), I felt God reminding…… Continue reading And Everything Was Still

Grace…Not Perfection

Well. You’ve probably figured by now that I’m a perfectionist. #hadtousethatgif Anyway. Now that we’ve covered that I am a perfectionist, the rest of this post will probably make more sense. As a perfectionist, legalism is something I struggle with. I want to do everything right. All the time. Ah. Mary Poppins. Sadly, however, I…… Continue reading Grace…Not Perfection