The beauty of death is silence Every version of her, now deceased eulogizes the remnant that remains The beauty of death is silence The slow fading of a heartbeat, slower, softer, weaker, gone. The beauty of death is silence. For when we have died, crucifying the past and resurrecting the truth of who we are […]Read More Life and death…
The world around us is constantly changing, our lives are no exception. Let’s talk about transition, we all go through it! Meaning: a change from one form or type to another, or the process by which this happens: (dictionary.cambridge.org) the process or a period of changing from one state or condition to another. (google search) […]Read More The truth about transition.
Guess what ? Disappointment happens. None of us is exempt. However, there is a way to shift your focus that can help you bounce back a lot sooner! We often allow disappointments to stall our progress because we view failures as an identity rather than a stepping stone. Failing doesn’t make you a failure – […]Read More Spilled milk…
Have you ever felt like you were drowning, and everyone else rode the waves of your frantic splashing? I have. In those moments, I’m grateful that God sees me even when nobody else does.Read More Drowning?
“Don’t surrender your loneliness so quickly. Let it cut you more deep. Let it ferment and season you as few humans and even divine ingredients can. Something missing in my heart tonight has made my eyes so soft, my voice so tender, my need for God absolutely clear.” – Hafiz ShaKeisha Johnson, author of 100 […]Read More Lonely Heart ❤️
Crab salad is a staple here in The Bahamas, especially at get togethers and social gatherings. I’ve always shredded mine until I tasted one where the meat was diced instead…. I was shook you hear me??? I made some and added a little crawfish for good measure because it’s my fave! It was soooo good […]Read More Summer seafood salad!
I would have begun writing this at 4:54 am eastern time. An hour before, I sat crying on the couch just feeling incredibly invisible and invaluable. In a stark and disturbing contrast to last weekend where I experienced the glory of God and felt such peace. Where did it go? Where did my resolve to […]Read More “Don’t forget you’re in a war…”
It’s nighttime, the kids are in bed; Hubby’s asleep but will probably say he was resting his eyes once he wakes up. You’re all alone, just you and Jesus. Who are you now? I ask myself this periodically, to see if I’m still aware of me. Lately, I recognized that I’ve simply been reacting to […]Read More When the lights go out…
It’s been a little over seven months since I married the love of my life. So far I have vomited profusely, cried sporadically, gained thirty pounds and countless stretchmarks. Yayy. In case you haven’t guessed it – I’m pregnant. Let me just start by saying how this time has elapsed nothing like I thought it […]Read More Beautiful Pains
We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serve the world. ”
I was afraid to soar when those around me were walking.Read More Why are you afraid to soar?
On the cusp of our sixth month of marriage, I began reflecting on the question I’m most often asked “How did you know he was the one?”. Now, as fairytales would have it… you’d think it was this magical tingly feeling that made me want to be with him forever. You’d be wrong. I sure […]Read More My top 3 reasons for getting married!