AdventurouslyE shares about adventures through books at her father’s funeral. These are her words.
After 5 years of loss, heartbreak, and deaths AdventurouslyE realizes that sometimes the second chance is not with others but with self.
Transitions are hard even when change is both welcome and unwelcome. In this post, AdvenurouslyE comes to a comforting conclusion to all the change in her life.
AdventurouslyE poetically describes a terminal disease.
After a 9 month hiatus from blogging AdvenutrouslyE’s thoughts have come full-term.
Snip, snip, snip. AdventurouslyE lets go of one more thing…
How do we transition to the Lenten season when we just celebrated Advent? How do we live out the story of our lives when we know the end? AdventurouslyE addresses these questions and more in her sermon for the first Sunday of Lent 2015.
AdventurouslyE comes clean about favoritism in her sermon titled “Seek Understanding.”
AdventurouslyE made a decision and takes a moment to gauge people’s reactions. Was she brave or foolish?
Christmas can be a very hard time of year. AdventurouslyE shares her story and extends peace to her readers in this post.