Yesterday was a bad day. There were too many disappointments to number. When I woke up this morning, my head was still swirling. I felt like all the emotions that I was dealing with were too much to bring to God, too much to pray about, and why do I want to bother God with … More Constant Love?
The video of a woman walking down a city street, listening to men call out to her, has struck a nerve. The video was done to show what an average good-looking woman goes through every day in the city. She was not scantily dressed; just what an average woman would wear while on her way … More The video everyone is talking about…and my two cents
Where to start? I guess the middle is as good a place as any. So my fiancé (now Mr. Porter) and I had to attend the pre-cana classes and get our certificate before we got married. I should mention here that I was off my regular anti-depressant medication. I was not on any medication, as … More A Night at the Psych Ward
The above quotation was a response from a fellow blogger, Tony Roberts.I wish I could take credit for it…because it expresses the way I feel on just about every day of my life. Also known as IndyTony, he has been following the Lord’s leading to publish his memoirs while dealing with Bipolar. I myself, have … More “I cling to hope in Christ. At the same time, I find myself asking what God is trying to tell me.”
I just finished watching this great movie from 2001, “Anne Frank – The Whole Story,” Starring Ben Kingsley as Anne’s Father, Otto Frank. This movie tells what happened before and after the diary. Just about every human on the planet is familiar with “The Diary of a Young Girl,” as it has sold over 30 … More So what really happened to Anne Frank?
There is a deep dark place that exists in my mind, heart, and belly that only those who have been there can begin to understand. It’s lonely, terrifying, and sometimes feels that time has stopped. It’s hard to imagine going through to the other side, because I can’t believe there is another side. All remembrances … More At the bottom of the bi-polar cycle
Now you’re wondering where I’m going with this…Hang on. Just a few things I have noticed. 1. I saw a young girl, maybe fourth grade, standing in line in school. There was a boy next to her who was poking at her, and pulling her hair. She told him to stop. He didn’t. She told … More Why do we teach our girls to accept bullying?