May 10/2015: Scent, like music, evokes powerful memories. Long story short, I have been wearing the same perfume for 30 years in my marriage. It was a very unique to Hawaii perfume, and have not been able to get it … Continue reading
Happy St. Patrick’s Day. To honor favorite #Irishman, here is a replay of the tribute of his life…. Celebrate! and Enjoy his White Out Party as we celebrated his entrance into heaven with the angels.
https://vimeo.com/122272565 (Event starts at 9:38 in timecode)
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90 days ago one of the strongest pillars in my life was knocked out from underneath me. This “earthquake” shook my spiritual house just like the Hawaiian earthquake shook our house in this photo.
The last ninety days has taught me some things. I have learned that I can be shaken and not fall apart. I have learned that much like this lanai, I have many pillars holding me up –they are called my family of choice. And I have learned that the only unshakable thing is God himself. He is my “Always & Forever”.
He has taught me that during the earthquake is the best time to learn to hula.
New beginnings are often disguised as painful endings… ~Lao Tzu #hanginthere
I find it wonderful that I was married in Paradise Valley. Even before I accepted Jesus, he led me to Paradise and gave me the best gift ever–a husband named Rob Moore. ❤️ Our dads are Stan & Steve. Our moms are Katie & Kay (and it is their middle name for both!) His sis & my bro are Darby & Derek. (Plus my twin sisters Missy & Mindy. Our sisters were married to Mick & Mark. Even our family dogs were both named Bernie. God went to an extraordinary length to assure me with supernatural markers and miracles that this was the man of my destiny. I had dated another boy all through high
school (my choice, not Gods) and had my heart broken. After some growing, God put Rob in my life. He wasn’t like my previous love. He was balanced, mature, strong, honorable and wouldn’t play games. I saw loyalty in action for 30+ years. I would not trade a day of drama/crazy/foolish infatuation with the kind of love we built. It was based on kingdom principles, steadfast trust and a shared vision and values. Word to the young: you don’t FIND a soulmate; you develop into one. #mineishangingwithJesus #igotworktodo #hewasalwaysthefavorite
Dec 13th, 2014 O Holy Night! It is Christmas time at the Cathedral of Frisco and Aaron Ell is singing. Rob, my husband, is down in front listening with tears in his eyes. Aaron is singing his favorite Christmas carol … Continue reading