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04/10/2017 - Author: Natasha Phillips

I saw an article recently saying that people that posted their workout pics were of a narcissistic behavior…one comment on there stood out though from someone that said what about accountability? For ME it is totally about accounutability. One of the areas of my life I consistently struggle in is remaining constant and consistent. TODAY […]

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Beginnings are scary, Endings are sad

03/17/2017 - Author: Natasha Phillips

I had a friend tell me tonight that new beginnings are scary and endings are always sad…no matter the circumstance. I have refrained from writing because it isn’t anyone’s business how I feel, how I am processing things, the thoughts I have or the¬†person I am becoming. The criticism, opinions, negativity was ¬†becoming too much…I […]

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A Picturesque View

01/14/2017 - Author: Natasha Phillips

As a kid we relished the days my dad would stay home from work. It was a vacation day to us unless he was sick, but even then there were treats to be had like being able to watch a movie because the house would have to stay quiet for him to get his rest. […]

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It feels like a death.

01/12/2017 - Author: Natasha Phillips

Grandparents are such a special gift in every kids life. Even if they aren’t someone you see often. With parents that had migrated to Missouri from Iowa and Michigan, seeing my grandparents on either side wasn’t a weekly or even a monthly occasion. Each time they visited though or we made the trek to either […]

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Oh the Humiliation!

01/11/2017 - Author: Natasha Phillips

One of the most difficult things to understand right now for me is when its okay to say enough is enough. In today’s society I think a lot of people need to put their grown-up pants on and start acting like the adults they were raised to be. No….I am not just talking about ‘millennials’ […]

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I should have been a cowgirl…

01/10/2017 - Author: Natasha Phillips

Today is one of those days that just send you down the winding paths of memories. It doesn’t help that I only got maybe 3-4 hours of sleep because of the boys, the fact that I am staying in the room (and have been, coming up on a month now) that my sister and I […]

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I just had to say it…

01/08/2017 - Author: Natasha Phillips

In my life I can see specific moments of growth and moments of destruction. I feel often like if my life were laid out for everyone to see they would see 3 steps forward and 5 steps backwards often times in the same day. I don’t know if its like that for anyone else but […]

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It could have been disastrous…..

01/07/2017 - Author: Natasha Phillips

Love is an interesting word. Often times it is overused or not used enough. It can be used to express an enjoyment of something as in “man, I just LOVE this movie’, it can be used when talking to another person…usually family or friend in saying ‘I just love you’, and it can also be […]

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Forgiveness – New thoughts today

- Author: Natasha Phillips

As I have pondered my questions from yesterday on forgiveness and have been wrestling with it today a few things have struck me. Now whether or not these things are true, grounded in some deep understanding of scripture or words…these are the things on my heart. Can I forgive and still stand up and not […]

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Forgiveness – the constant struggle

01/05/2017 - Author: Natasha Phillips

I think, in my life anyway, one of the things I have the hardest time with is forgiveness. Forgiving myself, forgiving others and for forgiving situations. The really sad part is that I seem to be able to forgive a stranger easier and faster than I can forgive those who love me. This started many […]

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