Why am I finding it hard to close doors that need to be closed for good? What’s on the other side is not good for me. Yet I find it hard to leave it behind. Then I wonder why it’s still there when I get upset about it. Life didn’t get any easier the older … Continue reading Doors.
The inner voices.
People are so afraid of dying. They aren’t living to begin with. They are like mass. They exist and take up space.
We are led to believe
That the hospitals are overflowing with unvaccinated people contracting the Covid virus. If that’s true, and we are constantly told hospitals are facing nursing shortages nationwide. Then please tell me the sense in firing nurses for not getting a vaccine? They had no problem with them working without a vaccine. How many of these people … Continue reading We are led to believe
If anything I’ve learned this past year. If you put trust in man you will be let down. You’ll be looked over. Your needs won’t be met. I’m so thankful for my church family. They’ve helped me stay grounded and feel connected. We are meant to be social and interactive. We aren’t meant to be … Continue reading Faith
I’m feeling old.
Maybe I am. According to my birthday I am 51. Yet, inside I don’t feel any different from when I was in my twenties. Yet the world is changing so fast I’m starting to feel I’m falling behind. A generation Xer who grew up on technology, the home computer, video games, cell phones. I am … Continue reading I’m feeling old.
I smoked the last cigarette in the pack. Friday morning, I’ll start chewing the nicotine gum. Three days before I’m back at work. Hoping this is enough head start to kick this habit for good. Part of me didn’t want to stop for fear of weight gain. However, with as much as I work out … Continue reading Last smoke?
View from my back patio Good morning. It’s day two of staycation. I should have already been to the gym but I will go shortly. I did beat myself up a bit but had to remind myself. I have all day to go. I feel for the current generation that’s coming along now. They don’t … Continue reading Tuesday
I have a coworker who’s about to lose her father to cancer. It’s sucks! It’s those moments you want to give some kind of encouragement but you know having gone through this with my own father there are no words you can really say. He’s 81. She showed me a video she recorded about a … Continue reading Death
Alone at work?
Whoever isolates himself . . . breaks out against all sound judgment—Proverbs 18:1 Work is a place where we men are apt to live, not as our true selves, but rather as carefully crafted and false versions of ourselves. Work is a “compartment” where we try to be, not who God created us to be, but … Continue reading Alone at work?