A study of the woman with a issue of blood for 12 years told about in the Bible in Matthew 9:20-22, Mark 5:25-34 and Luke 8:43-48.
While visiting with my dad last night, I discovered a new phobia I have: to fall on a roach or a snake! Not really, but we both got a good laugh from it.
In my office without windows, I sent a weekly email to my coworkers describing the lovely view I had that day out my "window".
I am unable to walk in the dark. Little did I know, I have vestibular migraine.
I gave up dating, and God helped me meet my now-husband three hours later.
Finding just a little extravagance in an ordinary bath cloth can be just what you need to lighten your spirits considerably, even if it's for just a while.
Even when you've tried and failed to find the right doctor with the answers to your unexplained symptoms, don't give up. Keep trying! The doctor you seek may be the very next one you see.
Being different because of a physical limitation isn't always a bad thing. Sometimes it brings out courage we didn't know was there.
When insomnia strikes, I count my blessings instead of counting sheep!
"Dance like no one is watching. Because they're not. They're checking their phones." I found this on Pinterest under the Humor section, but it spoke to me personally.
Of all the pastel colors of the pastel rainbow from which to choose my Easter dress, I would select one that looks like a sunrise, like that sunrise on Resurrection Day.
I had been reading Diana Gabaldon's "Outlander" novel after my divorce. Late one night after reading, I placed my bookmark, picked up a pen and wrote this, a poem of yearning for true, lasting love.