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Monthly Archives: February 2012
Lately, I haven’t been able to tell the seasons of each day. Some days, it’s fall in Atlanta and other days we experience winter here. I swear the month of January and February has been a combination of fall, winter … Continue reading
Have you lost your childlike spirit? Do you find yourself wanting to be a kid again? Somewhere along our route to becoming adults, we lose the most precious spirit – the spirit of a child. During that rush to “grow … Continue reading
When you least expected, you’re blessed by an angel. On the first day of observing Lent (Wednesday), I was blessed to receive the sweetest tweet from a beautiful spirit, Adrienne. She thought about me after reading Proverbs 20:5 and shared … Continue reading
The forty day fast of Lent season is upon us and you know what that means…. The common question asked on Ash Wednesday: What are you giving up for Lent? Discussions among friends and family center around the sacrifices they will make … Continue reading
Some time ago, I had a friend joke and tease me about my “social” life – or lack thereof one. My “social” life appears to revolve around work, running and my constant talk about running. One of girls commented to me … Continue reading
Growing up, you ever hear stories about privileged kids taking a year off after high school to “find themselves”? I only knew of one guy in my home town that was able to do so. The other privileged kids, that … Continue reading