• Don’t Rock the Boat

    My thoughts are crowded today. I am muddling through allergies. Hello Spring! I hate you. We are, again, tossing around the idea of moving. And my grandmother is in surgery this morning. Not to mention the fifty other things I need to do today, when really all I want to do is lay on the couch and watch mindless TV until I have to go pick up my devil baby at 2:30. And I feel the need to go to the mall because my kids need spring/summer clothes, but really, I would just like to take a nap. But God has called me to a doorway. He has called me…

  • Chaos

    I watch this show on Showtime, called Shameless. We have been watching it from the very start and it began as something you watch because you think, ‘Wow, my life isn’t so messed up after all,’ but it’s progressed into, ‘Wow, I remember being that messed up.’ Either way, it’s likely voyeurism, but we like it. The main character is a girl near her mid-twenties. A few weeks ago someone told her the reason they couldn’t be around her was because she was “chaos”. Everything she does, everything she ends up doing, in fact, becomes chaos. She is walking, breathing chaotic matter. That’s when it hit me: I’ve been chaos.…

  • I Will Do All That You Ask…Except That.

    We are not your ordinary kind of people, my husband and I. We are movers. No seriously, we love change, we embrace it. There is nothing more exciting to me than the end of our lease! I think ‘ooouuu what is God going to do with us next?’ When you step out of your comfort zone and into the will of God, he makes you uncomfortable. Dr Tony Evans said that when his daughter was going into labor, she would be made uncomfortable. There would be a time of inconvenience. There would be a time of pain. There would even be a period of suffering, because she was about to…