The definition of the word base is “The part by which anything stands or rests.” I had the opportunity to be active in the both of the October breast cancer walks and fundraising. I did this because of a promise to one of my friends who taught me so much about withstanding illness and fear with her faith position. I think of her as I write a post related to this word. I remember her strong resolve to fight the disease and diagnosis with treatment and clinical trials. We can find our base of purpose in how we use bread.
via Daily Prompt: Bridge I am walking by this bridge as a part of ten thousand people who are celebrating the memories of families and friends who have been touched by cancer. This 100 year old bridge was recently restored as a walking history path. It passes over the Mississippi River and my thoughts today are rolling , rolling as you might see the Delta Queen moving through. Since I am a Skies and Woods person, I was fascinated at how the scenery makes me relax and remember many pleasant experiences that involved traveling by and over many big and beautiful bridges.
What a perfect time to push urgency! I spend October speaking and discussing cancer awareness with family, church and communities. I also get intense with my walking as I prepare to do the 5k walks as the team leader for my Church’s prayer walkers. I have spent the last two Sundays in the church foyer talking to my church friends and fellows about the care and cure of this disease that affects my self soul and spirit.
I chose to highlight our newest Memphis initiative to help women find time to care for themselves and provide resources to get mammograms.
Come closely to go with my imagination that the skies,trees and the light are the essence of my loved ones who have gone before. Woods is my ancestry’s name of many generations. I was preparing my 100 word post when I discovered that I had a draft before, so in my imagination I write under the definition that a border is defined as “an edge or a part near an edge.” I am near the edge as I prepare for our Pink Sunday honors to the cancer Community. We must remember that there are “No borders” here. via Daily Prompt: Tree
It is a daring feat to write, create and pray when your skies are in a twirl. As I read my devotional of the day , I was reminded that my “Heavenly Father leads and gudes me to sing the words and follow Him.” I thank him for the light that he gives when I decide to take a dare and share my heart. “I dare you” was a one of the phrases that sent me into a zone of “I will show you what I can do.” I hope that I can meet the daring sharing challenge Daily Prompt: Daring
This is the last day of September 2016. I am still having memory challenges as I look back on this date on September 2015. It was a very difficult time after the death of my #GirlMic Leslie on September 1, 2015. I have had some ups and downs in my self, soul and spirit situations but I made it. I called in prayer to Jehovah Jireh often to help me get through the hurt on my 24 hour clock. I share that this was a very hard test and I thought that the Tester was too silent while I completed the test. But God IS_____!
I am thinking about some of the statements I heard today about work and serving. I had this picture of my Mom Mae, my black W and me with my Inspired Gratitude jar with the words “courage and Strength.” I am starting my Monday with thanks to the Lord as I can remember the words from my daughter to not forget His benefits because He is a forgiving and healing Savior. I believe that my well being is centered in my serving as well as believing that even when I am tired or cannot get to sleep, it is well.