[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?
[Now to Him who is able…] The devil is good. (Wow, that's a misstatement!) What I mean is this: he's good at what he does. Confusion is the name of the game, and boy has he been trying to do a number on me. Guess what? Long-term, it's not going to work. Satan knows how … Continue reading A Maze of Confusion
Forgive me I'm still learning Forgive me I get some things wrong Forgive me I never meant to hurt you Forgive me I have flaws I pray that I'll learn patience I pray that I'll be kind I pray for understanding I pray that you'll be fine. Forgive me For being so gaurded … Continue reading Forgive Me
[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
--that is, before and after going gluten-free. (I may expand on the health reasons behind why I went gluten-free in a future post.) All of these pics are a little over a decade old now. I almost typed "century." Haha. Before Going Gluten-Free ...more raisin bread there is, yes. After Going Gluten-Free Andrew says … Continue reading Before and After