During 2020, one of the passages from the Bible that has really stuck with me from the beginning has been John 14-18, which is part of Jesus' last few hours with His disciples before His crucifixion. Many verses from this passage have been quoted across the centuries, especially as they speak about peace, which is something that has been sought for by humanity since the Fall of mankind.
Yeah, you probably know where this is going. Or at least, have a few educated guesses. I'll be honest. 2020 has not been the worst year of my life. (For those interested, that was 2017, but that's its own story.) But 2020 hasn't been the greatest either. Some say that these problems came out of … Continue reading Thoughts on 2020 (So Far…)
Writing is a long and complicated process. Most people think that you just have to sit at a table with a notebook and pen/pencil, or a typewriter, or a laptop and just word away the hours. And then get published. But in reality, it's so much more than that. I never realized how much work … Continue reading Becoming a Master Puppeteer — From Writer to Published Author
If you had told me back in February or any time prior that no one would be in church on Easter Sunday, I probably would have thought it was a joke. And yet here we are, most of us under self-isolation restrictions, having to spend many of our Sundays watching a live-streamed church service. As … Continue reading COVID-19 and Resurrection Sunday
In case you're wondering, this is tied to my previous post, HOPE and COVID-19. Since that time, the lock-down has been extended to April 30th. Myself and many others have learned (or are still learning) to adjust to doing online classes for everything. My dance competitions have been cancelled. My youth rally was cancelled. My friends' … Continue reading COVID-19 — Lessons Learned
About a week ago, my state had its first corona virus case confirmed. A week later, pretty much everything is closed down and everyone's lives are, in essence, cancelled. It took awhile to sink in, but by last Friday night, I was at the point of losing it. Not just because one or two things … Continue reading HOPE and COVID-19