Poems, Prayers, and Promises

Poems, Prayers, and Promises: April 2021

Hello everyone, I am back with my monthly series: Poems, Prayers, and Promises! Poems  This probably is one of my favorite poems. She heart-wrenchingly and eloquently puts kindness into images and words. Kindness by Naomi Shihab Nye Before you know what kindness really is you must lose things, feel the future dissolve in a moment… Continue reading Poems, Prayers, and Promises: April 2021

Poems, Prayers, and Promises

Poems, Prayers and Promises: March 2021

Hello everyone, I picked up some extra hours at work last Monday, and it threw my day a bit off. I am so sorry. Plus, I deleted the Instagram app for over a week now, and I didn’t feel like getting back on for blogging. I know. I know. I still should give an update.… Continue reading Poems, Prayers and Promises: March 2021

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Opinions: Their Importance and Destructive Nature

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

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Contentment – My Thoughts and an Original Poem

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

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Why Grieving is Important and Honoring Ravi Zacharias

Important note added on May 19th: This post was posted on Monday (May 18th) for a short period of time. There was a hoax going around on Sunday that Ravi Zacharias was dead but he really was not. I planned to edit this post and add it back on Friday, but sadly, Zacharias died today.… Continue reading Why Grieving is Important and Honoring Ravi Zacharias