Hi, my name is Tina and I'm a work-a-holic. Step one is always admitting the problem, right? That being said this will be my last post on "God's Kid Speaks" until further notice. I'm trying to do too much, so I'm being tugged to let "God's Kid" rest to shift my focus soley to "Pippi's … Continue reading Productivity: Three Personality Types
[I will fulfill all of my vows] Last year Andrew and I attended a funeral when a fellow member of God's family passed away. John was described as being faithful to the Lord through his devotion to his wife and kids. He was a lesser known hero of the faith, but he was honored and … Continue reading Funerals and Faithful Service
[Listen to advice] September 2019 I woke up melancholy, troubled by a corroding friendship. Since my friend, Robert, passed away, I've had occasions where I miss him dearly. Robert would have known what to say. Thankfully, I know exactly what he'd say; he gave me these words years ago. He'd say, You have to stop … Continue reading Friendship Wrecked?
[...but he who ignores reproof...] Quite frequently I'll sit and eat my breakfast in the chair next to my husband's desk. Unfortunately, I've also been known to leave my garbage behind--be it banana peels, wrappers, my bowl, or all of the forementioned. This is never done on purpose. (Honest.) However, my mind can be in … Continue reading The Garbage Fairy
[...so that the lame may not be disabled] This is another one of those "this isn't what I'd planned on posting today," but I really need this, so perhaps you do too. This is it. It's go time. These next few months are the most difficult for me due to the added challenge of Seasonal … Continue reading I Can
[...for everything you do flows from it.] Loss is hard. Things have changed. Things are always changing. So what's the big deal, right? In the last two years I've lost three close friends; Two of them passed away, and one friendship had changed in a way that was no longer positive: we kept butting heads. … Continue reading Mind Your Heart
[...and your plans will be established] Alright! She's on her mark, and she believes that she's set this time! The crowd roars, "No, not again! Just watch her bolt off the line and trip over herself!" It's true, I have a bad track record of rushing things. It's embarrassing, and I've felt the sting of … Continue reading Step Two: Get Set