According to Statisticsbrain 21% of us resolved to losing weight, 17% of us want to make life improvements and do more good deeds and 27% of us did not maintain our resolutions through the first week of January. How are you doing?
If you are experiencing success, let me encourage you to hang in there because almost half of us will continue here
Why is it that I am sometimes so afraid God will drop me that I actually climb down out of his arms and begin walking on my own?
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Yes! Swimsuit season is over in central Texas! OK, I know my friends up north will question that, and yes, my friends in Texas will still be swimming in heated pools for weeks to come, but essentially, swimsuit season has ended. And it couldn’t read more here
St. Croix. Hurricane Maria. 100+ mph wind. A 2×10 piece of lumber and a palm tree. My neighbor’s daughter took this photo. I can’t stop looking at it.
In a split second, this tree was withstanding the onslaught of a storm and then, without warning it was pierced by a plank of wood. The wood did not shatter the tree. The tree stands. It is split down the middle, and will never be the same; but it still stands.
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Transition: the process or an instance of changing from one form, state, activity, or place to another. Easy? Hardly. And right now, it seems that everyone and everything I know is in some form of transition.
The country – what is happening to us? How long has this transition been going on and keep reading here
It is my pleasure to introduce my youngest grandchild, Johanna Glory Furrow, (JoJo) to the world.
Oh beautiful and precious little girl, what a big name
Hiking on a canyon top requires, one would think, a minimal amount of common sense and somewhat of an awareness of potential danger. Apparently not.
Brian and I were keep reading here