[Sweet friendships refresh the soul...] I have a twin. Or at least he will forever be my twin at heart. (May 2009) When I met Chris (online) 14 or so years ago, it was a bit like looking into a mirror; I saw so much of myself in him. We also have many weird "coincidental" … Continue reading The Voyage: It’ll Be Alright
“A frontier represents uncharted territory. It could be a remote piece of land or a new field of study, but if someone calls it "the frontier," you are challenged to explore it.” --Vocabulary.com “Marriage is the greatest adventure of them all. It's filled with pitfalls, setbacks, and mistakes. It's a journey worth taking because you … Continue reading Marriage: The Final Frontier?
[He was a good man] When a long standing friend, who has made such a huge impact on your life, passes, it sure hits your heart like a ton of bricks. I knew Chuck for 14 years. He was someone I could count on to be both trustworthy and kind. In this crazy world, that’s … Continue reading More than My Mentor
[The sweetness of a friend] Alright! So she's on deck again, and she has a lot to unpack. Why is she speaking in third person? I don't know. She does this sometimes, but mostly on Facebook. (Haha) Friendships I've got a lot on my mind about friendships. They can be a sweet and beautiful thing, … Continue reading Ships
If you know anything about The Lord of the Rings then you know who Frodo Baggins is, and if not, here's a quick synopsis: The plot of these movies is based on J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings trilogy. The ring itself, having great power, is referred to as the one ring to rule … Continue reading As One: Our Debate About Frodo Baggins
[I thank my God…] I met Ronda on a Christian networking website called Xianz. I haven’t always clicked so easily with other females (perhaps it’s because I grew up with three brothers, and I never had any children of my own), but with Ronda our friendship came very naturally. She’s been a protective and concerned … Continue reading She Ain’t Pushy, She’s My Sister
[Love One another] When I met Chuck, "Theo the Bard" was his screen name. He was the first person, and the only person, to ever refer to me as Miss Tina. (I think it's a southern thing.) This is a memory that makes me smile to this day. Chuck is wonderful. If it weren't for … Continue reading Theo the Bard: Continuing Debt