money for something

Side note before I begin…..I decided to entitle this entry the above. Then I thought…maybe not. Then I heard the song which had originally come to mind, Money for Nothing, on 92.1, Lexington’s Classic Rock radio station. My kids mock me for listening, but who cares, right? They are kids… Anyway, I decided that was fate’s … More money for something

changeup

If you are a regular to my blog, you perhaps noticed I have changed the design. In other words, it looks different. I have recently acquired an office at work. As in my own office. I…..am…..so…..excited! Mainly because I have never, ever had my own office. Now I can live without fear of people lifting … More changeup

pictures

I started writing this post months ago. For whatever reason, I never posted it. After reading and editing and adding/subtracting….I decided it was right for today. Okay, so I wrote the above…I’m not sure when. Apparently I decided it was not right for that day either. So there you go. Today. Maybe today I will … More pictures

settle

Break my heart for what breaks yours.  Everything I am for Your Kingdom’s cause.   An old worship song.  One I haven’t listened to in a long while.  Yet one line keeps going through my head.  Break my heart for what breaks yours. Breakmyheartforwhatbreaksyours.  Breakmyheartforwhatbreaksyours. I’ve thought so much these last months that I don’t belong … More settle

measuring hope

Sometimes life is busy. Not a terribly profound statement, but true, correct?  Currently, my work life consists of coordinating a fundraising event, compiling a grant report, and alas, helping with the beginning stages of yet another federal grant.  Lest you think I’m complaining, I assure you, I’m not.  Job security and all that, right? Anyways, … More measuring hope

blessed are

I’ve written before about my questions regarding those who enjoy boasting on being [blessed]:  blessed beyond. Lately I’ve been in one of those {what about me?} ruts.  You know, the {life is not fair to me} feelings? {No one understands.  Everyone is self consumed.} {People have their own agenda.} Truthfully, I’m not one to enjoy … More blessed are

if I could

Over a year ago, my daughter and I watched a television program called Motor City Rising.   As you might have assessed from the show title, it was about revitalization in Detroit.  We were especially interested in a non-profit featured on the program, Humble Design.  As I watched the segments of the program that specifically … More if I could