Monday, July 13, 2015

Shadows Slowly Lengthen

The sun longs for its distant bed, 
A cold hard place to rest its head, 
So the shadows slowly lengthen, 
Until the time the sun awakens.


This summer has so far been very long, full of twists and turns. 

Work has been, well, work, full of constantly changing schedules and long days. 
Transferring to a different college is almost completed.
 My sister is now engaged, and planning a fall wedding this year. 
I still have a trip ahead of me to see my grandmother, and this isn't mentioning the headache I'll get trying to figure out plane tickets for getting to college and mailing my stuff. 

But for tonight, I'll just claim the truth that God is good, and He doesn't put anything in my life that He hasn't prepared me for. 
Until next time. 

God Bless

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Something Fun

The fae won't go into the sea, 
Where dragons and mermaids be. 
The elves wonder the distant shore, 
Telling of the others' folklore. 
Me, I sit here watching on, 
For this is all too much fun.

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Music is a Blessing

Yesterday, a friend of mine introduced me to the group The Digital Age.

This is what I listened to this morning.

Our God is good!

God Bless,

Tuesday, May 27, 2014


I've been home from college for almost a month now.
God has blessed me, and made my life a roller coaster since coming home.

My home church doesn't feel friendly to me right now, making it hard to concentrate on the real reason that I am going to church.
I'm so busy helping my parents around the house and working on other important stuff, I completely forget to look for work.

Yet God is good.
God is wonderful.
God is my provider.

A good friend of my mom's started to talk to my mom about an opportunity that she was able to join a few months before. 

My mom joined it, and I joined it about a week ago now.

It is a company that allows you to switch your money from paper money (that easily drops in value, making it harder to pay bills, taxes, etc.) to gold money (that moves with inflation instead of dropping).

This is not investing.

I would never recommend investing in something, as I'm not a professional.
In fact, I do not think I would be able to recommend anything to anyone except for Jesus.
I'm serious.
The only thing that I know 100% will work, no matter what, is Jesus Christ.

You see, history does not repeat, but it does leave patterns that we can see.
And the patterns are clear.
Fiat Currencies all fail eventually.
Our system is showing signs of collapse soon.

This is sounding a lot like fear mongering, but this is not.

This is the truth.

This video explains much better than I ever could (yes, it is for Great Britain, but like I said, it explains better than I ever could):

If you have any questions, feel free to comment.

If I do not have the answers, I will go to the people who do.

Thanks so much for at least reading through this if you've reached this by now.

God Bless

Sunday, April 27, 2014

April Showers


This is becoming sad.

I have at least been able to keep this blog going at "a post a month" basis, and this month I didn't have anything prepared. 
Well, here's just what's been going on up here in northern Wisconsin.

College life has been, well, busy.

For one of my Bible Classes I had to read 300 pages of commentaries on Old Testament books over the entire semester, and they are due this next week.
Being who I am, I put it off until the last minute, so I'm busily trying to read about 200 more pages. 

Speech class has actually began to be easier.
I still sway and talk fast, but I'm not nearly as nervous now as I used to.
I'm happily sitting on a solid B.

To top it all off, my piano lessons have gone a bit haywire.
My piano teacher's wife had her baby, a little boy, on the day of my piano lessons.
I'm happy for them, it just complicates everything more.

But tomorrow.

Tomorrow is Founder's Days here at Northland.
A day of no classes for us students, it will be much more relaxing and happy for me.
It'll end with a concert by Andrew Peterson, which is very happy.
*Side Note: I didn't know about his music until they sent out information about this year's Founders Day.
I looked him up and love his music.
I especially like his Life for the Lost Boy and Counting Stars CDs.*

Moving on.

God is good.
He's given me strength to get through the last few weeks.
He hasn't brought snow down on us in the last week.
The grass is turning green.
The sun was out yesterday.
Today was restful.
God is good.

The Blue Umbrella by *La-Chapeliere-Folle on deviantART


Monday, March 24, 2014

I am Ordinary

I am Ordinary.

Nothing special.

I'm overweight.



I am Ordinary.

I read books.

I write books.

I geek out over books.

I am Ordinary.

I waste time on the computer.

I wisely use the computer.

I dream away on the computer.

I am Ordinary.

I am quick to judge.

I am quick to ignore.

I am quick to grudge.

I am Ordinary.

But in Jesus Christ,

And by Jesus Christ,

And through Jesus Christ,

I am ExtraOrdinary

So from now on we regard no one from a worldly point of view. Though we once regarded Christ in this way, we do so no longer. Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come; The old has gone, the new is here!
2 Corinthians 5:16-17