This morning I went to a craft fair and got to chatting with someone selling crafts. She asked where I was from. “New Jersey, right outside of Manhattan. Basically, I am from New York City.” My! That sounds like a weird thing to say in Wyoming! It seems so far
Tonight my heart is full. I just went to two Bible studies. One online on the East Coast and then one here in Wyoming in person. The one on the East Coast is on the book of Daniel, and end times is discussed. It once again brought to mind one
“The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.” (John 1:5) I have been especially reminded of this in the last few days. I have nothing to fear. Darkness cannot cover me. I love the promise that anyone who follows Jesus will never walk in darkness.
I thought about the wind a lot today. The high winds in this area are such a great reminder of the power of the Holy Spirit. The wind blows wherever it wants to blow. The Holy Spirit moves. All power and authority ultimately are God’s. The wind blows. People have
Yesterday I decided to start making a list of all the reasons I moved to Wyoming. I forgot what it is like to move to a new place and have everyone ask you why you moved. I have repeated the top, least-private reason enough times that I have gotten bored
Tonight I am so grateful! Yesterday night I mentioned about not being able to take anything else unfamiliar. I needed something that could be expected and known. I have just come home from Bible study, and I am realizing that most of my day has been filled with the familiar.
I don’t mind a mess as long as I know where everything in the mess is supposed to go should I decide to use my time to put it away. On the other hand, being half-unpacked drives me completely crazy, and I unpack like mad until everything is unpacked and
It seems forever since I blogged. I got that first interview out of the way and am beginning to feel like myself again. Today I even feel like starting to research and write. With all the hassle of moving, it has been something like three months since I researched or
I have this huge window on the east wall of my living room. It is really only about half the size of the window on the east wall of the living room of the house I grew up in. I don’t remember watching the sunrise once through that window when
I never blogged yesterday because I was sleeping on some big decisions and didn’t want to share and feel tied to what I had shared rather than making a good decision. I arrived in Rawlins yesterday morning and saw a few apartments. I knew I wanted the one if possible,