About Me

A young lady, making her way through life, guided by God's incredible love that just won't let go. I walk, I falter, I float I fall, I fail and yet I rise again For there is something that compels me LOVE It’s so amazing, so divine. I am His His treasure His beloved His jewel His darling!

Friday, December 31, 2010

And so the curtain closes

2010 has been a great year, it's had it's ups and downs. I chose to
focus on the ups and learn from the downs never losing sight of the
fact that all the ups and downs work together for my good because I
have a God that loves me too much to just sit by and let my life go

So as the year 2010 gradually ticks to an end, I wish you all enough
of everything, so that you would never lose sight of what is truly

Thanks all for being there.

See y'all in the new year 2011

Happy New Year!

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Thankful for 2010

The year 2010 is drawing quickly to a close, I look back to the beginning of the year and it seems like that was just yesterday. The person I am today is way different from the person I was when the year started. I had plans for the year, dreams, hopes and aspirations.
A number of these plans have been surpassed; in fact I am so very thankful for whom I am today. In the next few days as this year winds to an end, I would not seat around doing a check list of oh what did I not do this year, rather I would spend it being thankful for the fact that I am alive and the all so many great things I have been blessed with this year, thankful that all my loved ones are alive and well and that despite the fact that we had a few deaths in the family; we have been blessed also with new arrivals. In all it’s been a great year.

When I calculate my net worth at the end of it all, I see a surplus. I know 2011 can only be a step up of 2010.

Merry Christmas!!!

Friday, December 17, 2010


It’s like the cast changed the script mid way
The spot light goes off just when the plot thickens and we all gasp, wondering "what is happening?"
Should we remain on the stage or walk away?
Is the light still going to come back on?
Should we create some diversion to make this "disaster" seem like part of the plan?
Or is this some twist to add some suspense to the show?
Who knows?
Not me
I’m wondering too
Then calm again
But only because I see the director is on stage, I can make out his frame in the shadows
Why isn’t he saying anything? I wonder
Slowly I find peace, because if he is not worried, then I’ve got no reason to be worried,
After all it’s his show.