It is 2:58:20 am as I am typing this post. For the last month or so there have been many nights I roll over trying to find my sleep and nothing, nothing, nothing. Continue reading “Insomnia Nights”
It’s easy to write your heart out when everyone seems to be on your side, rooting for you, believing in you, holding you down. I noticed the transparency I preached so often about started getting watered down when I expressed a family issue on my newsletter that I genuinely needed support with.
I was shut down. Continue reading “Transparency Ain’t Easy”
Everyone wants to know what it is like on a day to day basis? What does a missionary do every day?
For over a year, my dear friend Melaynie has announced her wedding with her sweatheart Sam. I remember being in her midst at Monroe College as she giggled her day away reading his text messages, and they were just friends. Last Friday after six years they got married! Ahhhhhh love…… (insert dreamy face).
I was away from La Costa for twelve days! I missed the heat, but no cold weather could keep me away from the medical caravan my sister-friends in Quito were putting together. From the moment I heard their idea to have a caravan designed for women’s holistic health I jumped on board!
How can we find balance if it feels like time is running away. God’s timing is not our own and that should bring us peace in a mysterious way. Continue reading “Holding On “
After 9.5 months in Ecuador, Brooklyn felt my soles on it’s ground. In Bushwick, where I used to play at the pump and stay at my cousin’s home for the summer, memories of my younger days brought me a smile. Even when I moved within the States (Massachusetts and Virginia), I’d always make sure to make it known that I am indeed a Brooklyn girl.