There is an old saying that says sticks and bones may break your bones, but thoughts will never hurt you. In reality, words (even the words we tell ourselves), are powerful. If you consistently repeat negative thoughts in your head, you’ll begin to believe them. What’s more, you’ll begin to feel more comfortable with people [...]
I hope you’re enjoying your day off today and spending time with family and friends (or just relaxing by yourself.) Labor Day is usually a day where we have a little fun and then also make a point to enjoy the down time. Life is so busy today and it’s nice to get a collective [...]
Have I ever talked about Mister Rogers here? I don’t think so. But Mister Rogers Neighborhood was a favorite of mine growing up. His words and actions meant so much to me. Seeing this calm man who spoke right into the camera and told you how special you were made an impact.
It’s funny how someone can cover an old song and make it entirely new for you. This is what has happened with the song “Morning Has Broken.” In fact, it’s become a sort-of anthem for me.
I’ve been thinking a lot about random acts of kindness. We see them everywhere. We really do. But they don’t quite get the attention that they deserve, do they? We hear more about the bad events on the news, and not the good ones.
I was blown away by this video from Dove. It hit very close to home and I loved what they did with it.
I love quotes. You knew that already, didn’t you? If you read my work here and at the places I write, you know that I like to include quotes along with a few words of my own.
How do you feel when you wake up? A friend and I were talking the other day about waking up with joy. Do you know what I’m talking about? When you wake up you’re happy to jump out of bed and do whatever it is you do.
What does the term “gracious words” mean to you? I like the thought of words filled with God’s grace. God inspires us, and as a result, we speak in a way that is reflective of His love. Gracious words are like a honeycomb, sweetness to the soul and health to the body. ~ Proverbs 16:24 [...]
I’ll say it again, I love the Psalms. (And you’re saying, yes, we know that already Cherie! Okay okay…) So one thing I’ve been thinking about lately is our growth as Christians. My faith has grown as I’ve gotten older. This doesn’t mean I believe more, because I always believed. What I mean is that [...]