This is, verbatim, a journal entry of mine from January 17th and 18th, 2016, back when I did a lot of writing prompts. It’s interesting to look back on now.
Another writing prompt I saw online was to list out 100 things that you want. At first I thought that sounded kind of selfish, but then I thought about it and realized that things you want don’t have to be material, and wanting things doesn’t indicate a lack of God’s blessings, but it can give you appreciation for what you already have and how you can better yourself, your life, and the world around you. I don’t know if I can come up with 100 things, but I’ll list as many as I can think of now. Continue reading “Is It Everything You Dreamed It Would Be?”
I really can’t believe July is almost over. It’s been a month for the books, that much is true. So let’s review. Continue reading “July-A Month in Review”
In 2004, at the age of 19, I felt called by the Lord to sponsor a child through Compassion International. I had no idea where to start, so I hopped on the website and started looking for a child to sponsor. It wasn’t long before I came across little Heybi, a 9-year old child from Honduras. I instantly knew she was the one for me. Continue reading “For the Least of These”
Just wanted to post a quick update about how I’m doing since we’ve been home for a week now.
My incisions are healing well. I’m still using Steri-Strips on them so they’ll heal nice and flat. The “stab wounds,” as they are called in the operative report (I’m actually not kidding) are almost closed, just a little weepy still. Umbilical incision is still a bit swollen, but also almost closed. That one is still the most painful whenever I bump it into something. It kind of looks like a little question mark. I’ll be interested to see how similar it looks to the last one when it’s all healed, because it looks like it was cut in the same way. Continue reading “Great is Your Faithfulness”