Hello everyone, I was standing outside watching the numbers at my gas pump increase. As I stood there, my eyes looked towards the screen. A tiny screen. A screen at my gas pump. I know you have been in the same predicament. But when did gas pumps need screens? I stood there for probably less… Continue reading Silence
Hello everyone, Many of you know that the beloved host of Jeopardy!, Alex Trebek, died yesterday at the age of 80. I am a huge Jeopardy! fan and was hurt by this news. I understood he had stage 4 pancreatic cancer. I understood he was 80. I understood he did so many episodes. I understood… Continue reading Discontinued Parts of Life
Hello everyone, I am Kenedy. And today I will own up to one of my greatest fears here. Ready? It is having major conflict with people. Now do not get me wrong. I like to have conversation and respectful debates. I enjoy hearing people’s thoughts and ideas. But I wish I could handle divisive conflict… Continue reading Opinions: Their Importance and Destructive Nature
Hello everyone, Isn’t it so easy to fall into pessimism? It is easy to doubt and wonder about the worst outcome. It is easy to just accept hopelessness. It is easy to throw in the towel. But we have to believe there is an end to the tunnel. Light is around the corner. The exit… Continue reading I Believe in the End of the Tunnel
Hello everyone, My hostas are in bloom so they had to be the cover photo for this post! 🙂 As I look over all that has happened over the past few months, I am amazed at how quickly my life changed. In February, I was in the middle of a full semester of school. I… Continue reading Contentment – My Thoughts and an Original Poem
Hello everyone, Sorry I do not have much to write today, but I needed to give a shout out to this wonderful holiday! In 1865 on June 19th "the Union soldiers, led by Major General Gordon Granger, landed at Galveston, Texas with news that the war had ended and that the enslaved were now free.… Continue reading Happy Juneteenth!
Hello everyone, I am here as an African-American woman, who is deeply hurt by the riffs and division in our nations and the lack of respect and justice given to minorities in America. But even worse as a Christian, I have experienced this among the church and have seen how wounded the body of Christ… Continue reading Why Love Is Not Color Blind