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New Day, New Opportunities 

A thought has been on my mind for the last several weeks – new day, new opportunities. It seems like not so long ago we spoke of the New Year that was coming. Now one month of that year has already passed! Time keeps moving along…but with each passing day, another new day is on… Continue reading New Day, New Opportunities 

call to service · challenges · college-life · encouragement · everyday-faith · forgiveness · God's will · God's-way · word-of-God

The Last First Day

The last first day…a phrase that seems to contradict itself. But for me, it means so much! Why – you may ask? Well, for those who may not remember – I am in nursing school! This journey started several years ago – January 2012 to be exact. But how does the last first day apply… Continue reading The Last First Day

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One Day At a Time

Yes, my blog has been oh so quiet. If you remember from an earlier post, it has a lot to do with my current college endeavour: NURSING SCHOOL! For some reason, each day disappears before I have completed everything on my daily list. But each day I remind myself with the song below: He has… Continue reading One Day At a Time

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Excuses

Excuses – what are they? Merraim-Webster explains “excuses” – as making apology for something, attempting to remove blame for. I don’t know about you, but I know way too often I fall into the trap of excuses. Somebody asks me to do this, and I really don’t want to, so I make an excuse. The excuse… Continue reading Excuses

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A New Day Dawning

Having recently started working third shift, I soon found there was something that I longed for during each shift. No matter how tough the shift was or how easy it was, there was a moment in the shift that seems to fill me with peace and revive my weary human body. “What” you might wonder?It is… Continue reading A New Day Dawning