But I Like it Broken

This blog is inspired by my daughter Victoria. Here’s the story. My husband and I had purchased these costume gold chains for a decade day at our church. We dressed up in the 80’s era. After we were finished with the gold chains my daughter asked my husband if she could have his. So, he gave it to her.

She wore it pretty much every chance she could get. One day we were traveling to Florida to visit my family and we noticed that she was playing with the gold chain but we saw that it was broken. We told her that it was broken so

Lord Save Me from Her

I am at this place in my life where I’m discovering who I am and who God has made me to be. It’s been pretty surprising to me.  I’ve been doing things that I never felt comfortable with doing before or being more relaxed when I’m around people I don’t really know.

I’m on a new journey with myself and I’m getting to know the new me more and more each day and I love who I am becoming.

But every now and again I still run into that old person who happens to be the old me.

I'm Trusting You!

One of my favorite scriptures is Proverbs 3:5-6, which says, “Trust in the Lord with all your heart; do not depend on your own understanding. Seek His will in all you do, and He will show you which path to take (NLT). 

Although this is one of my favorite scriptures, I’ve haven’t always applied this to my life. The part I had trouble letting go of is the part that says, “Do not depend on your own understanding.” I was and sometimes still am the type of person that has to make sense of everything that takes place in my life.