I’ve always been referred to as an ‘old soul’. Through the years, I’ve grown to appreciate the title. Even with feeling older and more mature, there are some things I’ve had to learn-as-I-go. Now that I’m officially a thirty-something, I’ve had an opportunity to reflect on many irrefutable lessons that life has been so gracious to teach me. Read More
Ya’ll. Singleness is rough. Trying to stay pure in singleness is even more difficult–especially when you’re a single mother and you already know all your parts are working! LOL. The three scriptures that follow have been so super clutch during this journey as a single woman. Read More
I’m a bit of a procrastinator. I plan things out to the tee, but I kinda like things to be immaculately placed before I start any task. Consequently, my deadlines are constantly pushed back because I don’t feel adequately prepared to begin–I know, weird.
Oftentimes, we wait for perfection. We put things off in search of a perfect opportunity or a perfect feeling. For me, I guess I’ve been waiting for the perfect inspiration…a gut-punching, thirst-quenching assurance that let’s me know “this” is how my first blog post should be composed.
It doesn’t always happen that way, though, and if we tarry too long, we may miss the call altogether. That’s scary to me. I don’t want to look back over my life and see nothing but wasted time.
There has been such a tugging on my spirit to write, but thinking, seeing, and feeling through carnality has kept me bound. Afraid that my words may not have enough substance…nervous that my delivery may not be eloquent or articulate.
When God tells you to do something, you need to do it right away because delayed obedience is still disobedience.
So when He said it, I had to listen: “Just write.”