Not Just A Blonde

We are "Not Just" who we seem to be on this Earthly plane, but so much more. We are ALL children of a loving God who is calling us home to Love. This blog is dedicated to those of us on that journey together…

Love. โค๏ธ It’s why we are here. It is what we have each been called to do above anything else. Love our neighbors, love our enemies, love our family, love our friends… love ourselves.  Who are we to stand in the way of love? ๐Ÿ’› Who are we to dictate how others are called to …

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Well, I finished this book by Mike Yaconelli! Messy Spirituality: a book about God’s love for imperfect “messed up” people like you and me! Struggle with imperfections? Made shameful mistakes? Do you continue to mess up and fess up? Are you waiting to be perfect before you seek God? Don’t wait. God loves us messy …

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My sugar-free journey is soon coming to an end and I am still finding I crave sugar. Everyday I continue to be acutely aware of what I’m not able to eat. It’s not as hard to resist though as saying no is almost a habit. I’m curious to see how I will continue once this …

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I realize this is a spiritual blog, but believe me when I say this: thirty days without sugar is as much a spiritual challenge as it is a challenge for my health. I’ve shared with y’all before about my Starbucks addiction… and I truly was released from it… but I just transferred it to another …

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   The Golden Rule that we learn as children, of treating others as you would want to be treated, happens to be the most important rule you will ever learn in this life. The Golden Rule’s true expression involves treating others how you would want to be treated: with respect, compassion, kindness, patience, generosity, and …

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God uses broken people. Broken people are often the most willing to let go of their own ideas and ideologies. Broken people have cracks and defects allowing God to seep inside their hearts and lives. Broken people are humble and less likely to demand perfection from others as they are fully aware of the lack …

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I have come to realize we can never be good enough for this world. We cannot be nice enough, thin enough, not rich enough, not talented enough, not giving enough, not organized enough, not smart enough… so I gave it up. There seems to be a catch… many people have not given up their expectations …

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When you think of others before you think of yourself, you are humble. When you are less concerned about what others are thinking of you and more concerned about how they are feeling, you are humble. When you are not concerned about what you are getting form others, but how you can give, you are …

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