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When Life Is Caddywhompus: Let Go and Let God

Over the past few days, I’ve felt out of sorts.  Things just feel off.  In Texas, we call that being just a little caddywhompus or being just a little left of center.  The best way to explain it to someone not familiar with the term is that it’s what happens ...

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Managing Loneliness Constructively

Last week, I shared my struggles with loneliness.  And believe you me, the struggle is real every day, y’all.  There are some days I’m more content than others, but loneliness always finds a way to make frequent, unauthorized appearances in my daily life.  And I’ve come to the conclusion that I ...

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The Unmistakable Power of Loneliness

Loneliness is quite possibly one of the worst feelings I experience these days.  I’ve been a widow for almost 16 months and it wasn’t until probably the last 3-5 months that I realized loneliness had crept in, like a ninja stalking its enemy.  I suppose before then I had been ...

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Grabbing for the Brass Ring

I woke up this morning convicted of a sin from the day before.  After getting right with God, I started thinking about why this particular sin has always been a problem for me.  It’s a personal struggle that I would love to banish from my life once and for all, ...

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